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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 17, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918011701_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 17, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ST . XL THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY EIGHTH YEAR LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JANUARY 17. 1918. Flour iii snck or barrels. Hudson, Hughes &. Fnrn.iu. Named NUMBER 42. 0F F1G 3 QG HENLEY Chairman For BASTIN Garrsrd County. HOISE SHOEING SCHOOLMED. and On account of the con I situation the bad condition! of the county roads, the Lancaster Uraded Schools were dismissed last Monday morning, until thif, Thursday morning. Wc have secured a fliMt class shocr. Give us a (rial. Don't forget that we have one of the best equipped shops In the country. We fiFyIrials. Mr. Solon Henry, Lancaster cemetery. were fifty burials year 11)17. This la the average for the the aexlun of the Informs us there there during the slightly less than past ten years. 4 HEPAIR all kinds of muiIsTellIgh Two fine pair of mutes were sold In this city last week at prices that makes the hybrid a valuable animal at this time. William King sold a team of mare mules to V. S. Carrier for $550. and Esq J. I'. Ilourne sold a nice team of horse mules to George Ilroaddus for $100. Farm Machinery and Implements Don't throw your old machinery away when you can have it put in good order v at a small cost. We can save you money. HELD OVER ,1 Sander's t a well known col Kinnaird rrcd boy was arrested by Marshal Hei-ro- n last Friday charged with robbing the cash drawer at the deot and apHe was tti.il be- propriating $5.00. SENATOR JAMES r.tr .Itulfr. Slntm nml wm. livM over LIVE ANDLET LIVE FOLKS. under a $300. bond and rcmardrd tp To Hare Cownment Investigate Lew in jail. 11 , i ir Prices Offered For Hemp. 3 The young theif also proved to beat A special from Washington City says; "slacker" and confessed thnt he was 2Z years old and had never registered. At the request of Senator Ollie M. He was immediately taken before tho James, the Federal Government began of the hemp growing lKal Korj jn line Exemption Hoard and was placed- hii investigation United Stales, of which If the label on your pap for the next call. In the mean- industry in the SLACKERS ARRESTED ' Its experts time he will nwait his nrdera in the Kentucky Is the center. er doesn't show you why.it For Failure To Register In Selective Drail. icountyjail. j will begin at once to ascertain are in and owe us is thit buyers of hemp are offering A warrant was recently issued for IK uunOH BfMPIlV COMrAKY. L..h.tn. K. Sl&SSJttJ' Please remit be-fo- re llfiPJl UlifWlIJ lltli) TIMjII. when last year's ield brought an aver-- 1 the arrest of Itobett McQueary, of this we are compelled to county for failure to register under the 1C rents. There has been quite a number of age of fromtUUo I Hemp growers in Madison, Garrard, Selective Draft. Deputy U. S. Mar- discontinue it. We are go deaths among the colored citizens of our town and county during the past Mercer, Lincoln, Jessamine and Boyle shal C. L. Winfrey, while looking for ing to drop several hundred and other Kentucky counties are of the McQueary, a report was noised about week. Aunt list Leavell, wife of George opinion that there may have been form- - that a U. S. Marshal was on the look next week, so remit quick Leavell, died in Cincinnati und was ed pool of hemp buyers organizations out for "slackers", when James Col before you miss an issue. , who live near Nannie ilurnside, for tho purpose of keeping down the lins and Chester-Brockburied here today. price of this product now in great de- Crab Orchard, surrendered to Marshal wife of John Ilurnside, died at her home in Duncantown after a short ill- mand. Letters which have been re- Winfrey, for failure to register. They will be the price'of the by Senator together with McQuery, were taken to News Of The Churches. ness nnd George Owsley, a prominent ceived from Kentucky colored citizen of the Hubble neighbor James iddicate clearly that if the pres- Danville, where warrants were issued hood, died after a short illness of ent price continues, dissatisfied grow- by Commissioner' Lawwill, and they Eld A. D. Owen will preach at the pneumonia. George has been a taith-- I ers wilt turn to more profitable crops will probably tie tried at the next tef m Antioch church, morning and evening, of the Federal Court at Richmond. next year. Courier-Journ- al ful servant of Mr. Crit Eubanks for January 20th. In addition to the complaint of the J nearly thirty years and bore a good gro vers, buyers of hemp at Danville UNION CHURCH SERVICES I reputation Regular services at the Christian for truth and varacity. for and elsewnero have complained that church next Sunday morning. Preachbecause of lack of transportation faTO CONSERVE COAL. ing by the pastor. J. R. Moorman, ; COAL SITUATION SERIOUS. cilities they have been unable to ship Subscription. Please let me morning subject, "Cnrry Your Corner". '! . i. The pastors of the various churches i. ; i' i the product to. market. They will ob "It is an ill wind that blows no man more acute and for a time last Monday, tain relief promptly if the recommen of the city have felt it their patriotic jwe were all lacing a condition that dations of Senator James are heeded. duty, and wisely so. to hold Union Ser good" and it's the cold wind that brings vices in the future every Sunday even business to the plumber and dismay to 'looked for a time desperate. Only one ing, and in this way to relieve, to some the housewife. 'dealer in the city had on that day any LOCALJOARD. extent, the threatened coal famine. coal at all, and they only one car. Red Clover, Alsike, Crimson, The same plan has been adopted for Making Speedy Work Of Questionaiies, Il'iftv emptv wagons from every Be Long white sweet clover seed; TimUnion prayer meeting services. of the county were lined up for I their share of the black diamonds and All of the questionnaiers have been ginning next Sunday evening the Union othy seed. Orchard grass seed. Ky were allowed only ten bushels each. sent out by the Local Exemption Hoard services will be held at the I'retbyter Blue Grass seed rerleaned. cars are expected in during th and the seven day limit will expire on ian church and Itev. S. G. Calhson, of Hudson, Hughes and Fornau. , JC The the Baptist church, will conduct the . rw.week. but as a whole, conditions are tho last ones sent out it are snowinB utiuii uuc ui " 7 tar more worse than they have ever I board is working hard to classify the service. The Union prayer meeting Friends here are very much gratijvs as quickly as possible. Thos9 services will be held every Wednesday to before . . . s Y.-.- .. Dn.nll s, 7tL I been herecontinue and should the cold men claim exemption on agricultural evening at the same church in which fied beenlear.i that Dr. aVirgil Kinnaird has promoted to Captain In the much suffering will who rcim-latorweather Lamps, Union church services were held Medical department of tho Officers have uj be experienced by the poor, who qusn-- or industrial 'grounds alone are classi- s the preceding Sunday. the fied Immediately and their question-interReserve Corp. News has also reached only been buying it in very small Chafing f'A Grills, Hot " sent on to thn District Hoard at here that he will receive orders imtltics. Lexington. Those claiming exemp- FINE CATTLE BOUGHT mediately to embark for "somewhere SewVacuum age or infirmed in France". Capt. and Mrs. Kinnaird DR. ACTON COMMISIONED. tions on the grounds of parents, or brothers or sisters under BY SANDERS BROTHERS aro now stationed at Fort Riley, Warming ing Machine Dr. J. M. Acton, County Ileal. h Of- - HG yeais of age, will not get off so Kansas. Messrs Angle, James and Cljde San . ficer and member of the local exemp- - easily. It a thought that a number ders, progressive yourg farmers in the Etc. l.i-- .. ! . i. Etc, 11.- -. t ...in-l.The Red Cross headquarters situated i l.l. ......... f.I...l. 11UI1 uuaru BUipuseu "H many .iiuu.jui .1 lliese Wllluv uiRuilunm uckiubo lilt) Coy section of the county have recentin the Odd Fellows lodge rooms opened here last Monday by exhibiting a I money contributed has not lit ly purchased from the Dell Stock Farms most auspiciously rriday January 11th. he had Just received, ap-fobeen ttitoo than the soldier will be Congersville, III., twenty-eighead Twenty six workers were present. liointing him a Captain in the Medical ' able to contribute from his pay, and at cowa and Four mactlnes in use and mo tables of the (inert Aberdeen-Angu- s T4 Department of the UMicera Kcserrejalso in many instances where such heifers, ever Imported to this county. for dressings andiurglcal supplies were Corps. Only n few of hii friends claims aro 'put in for support, the Those who have seen them say they all filled. Each Friday the room will be Wc ore also iiKnts for some of the largest mm most knew that he had offered his services money furnished by the draft men, look like prize winners and while the opened ut 9 o'clock for all day work. ' and they arc now congratulating him was merely for board and lodging, ai d J exclusive fixture houses hi America. Buy from us. we price was not learned, it is said they Those wishing to do so may bring Tjljupoii his good fortune. It will mean r.i.t given tor actual support. satisfaction. know whul will fiivc As soon a&Hhe local board passes up- paid well for thtm, as this breed of lunch. All please bring needles, thimTo ' quite a sacrifice for Captain Acton to becoming quite popular bles and scissors. Helpers welcomed. jgive up his lucrative practice, but In on a questfopnaier a card ia sent to the cattle are the country throughout arjl In some Hostesses for January, Miss Jane endering ris services to Ma country. registrant notifying him into which Instances selling at fabulous prices. Dotyann Mrr. Mcl'oberts. be felt that It was only his duty us n class he Ijiibeen placed. If he wishes 5?. We congratulate these young farm-er- a the must como to fti patriotic citizen, to answer the call and- localcpret!)iewithin five daysbefore give on their und LIGHT PLANT. ELECTRIC ij nut for n moment, consider the sacri- notice tu" that effect. If the regis- much successeutertrizo and wish them us dealers of registered His aon Lt. Carl Actou. Is now MV'5-!?ij'S2tJ,flecMust sell 185 acre blue grass farm on trants doTnot return their question-uler- a cattle. utl0liet, ut Vott miey, Kansas. pike, mostly in grass, lies well, close within the required seven days, DUNN. to one of best towns in State of Ky. their names will bo handed to the auSNOW BOUND bungalow, good tenant thorities and they are liable to arreit. Mrs. Mary Hall Dunn, aged Ct years New This farm wouU The following lb t of names und und wife of Mr. Erasmus Dunn, died at house, two barns. Messrs. Sid Aldridge. T. C. Aldridge, iii Dean Zanone, Clay Miller Ilradley addresses of)rsons who have been her home of the DaiwlUe pike last divide. Priced for quick sale and imLong, JobirTanlcersley and Curtis San-for- duly notified to file with the Local Tuesday morning after an Illness of mediate possession at $35 per acre. Call on or address left Lancaster In a touring car Hoard tho questionnaire required by the several months, of Uright'a Disease. (!) D. A. Thomas Realty Agency. Mrs. Dunn was a member of the lt, las. Friday- - afternoon for Cincinnati regulations promulgated by the PresauLancaster Christian church, but owing and each was to drive n new I'ord car ident of the United States under back from that city for Hatetden Ilros. thority granted by Act of Congress to her illness she has boon unable to TO SAVE AN EDITOR. Have your ShTJcs Soled with It. They weru caught in the blizzarl on upproved May 18, 1917 and who have attend the church services for some Here Is a minister who appreciates KrIJjy night and had to go by train to failed tu (He such questionnaire. time. She ia survived by tier husband, Costs a little more-La- StS They attempted the re- Joints H.'rKlrly, Lincuster, Ky, who has the sympathy of the entire the editor. At a recent editorial conCincinnati. Orchard, It 2 community In the loss of hir devoted vention he offered the following toast; turn trip Monday morning and got Tom Lee, Col Crab Col, Lancaster, wife, who was such a comfort and help "To save an editor from starvation, snow bound twenty miles out of Cin- Arthur Two take his paper and pay for It promptly. to him In his declining years. cinnati, where they were compelled to Victor Ituble, Uuena Vista. small children preceded her to the To save him from bandruptcy, adverIT IS WATER PROOF. leave their cars. The railroad fare, Charles V l?avls, Uuena Vista grave many years ago. She Is surviv- tise in his piper liberally; to save him hotel bills and plctute shows had eaten Josla Crunk, Lancaster Buy lt at ed by tha following sisters; Mrs. Ellen from despair, send him every item of heavily Into their pockets and they Stephen K House, Lancaster Ucttil, Mrs. John White und Mrs. Jim news o( which you can get bold. To were beginning to wonder If they would William Robinson, Paint Lick, It 3 White and Messrs John and Sam Ball, save him from profanity, writs your have to "hike" ft home. Hut friends Sherman'Smlth, Col Uuenavitta Short correspondence plainly on one side of all of whom live In tlili county. came to .heir relief and they were Charles C, Epps, I'ireville. services were conducted ay the grave tho sheet and lend it in as toon as tent to Danville, where they were met Hubert W. Walton, Uuena Vfita by Rev. J, R. Moorman after which iDosilbte. To save him from mistakes. yesterday and reached this city about William M. Lay, Urvantsville See Sample in Window. only interment took place in the Lancatter I bury him. Dead people are the noon, after a cold experience, which John Brim, Jr., Uuena Vista ones whonever make mistake)." cemetery. James L. Dunn, Uuena Vista, they will remember for many years. Corin Brothers. Mr. Henley V llaslln hna been named at Chalrmaitvfor (iarrard county tor the Kale of ThivTt Stamps and (lovern-meWar Savhigs Certificates. Ills appointment thin responsible post was made by .Mr. James II. Drown, I'resUent of the National Hank of Commerce, who is also Director for Kentucky of this department of the government work for winning the war. The splendtj success that Mr. Uaslin made as chairman of the recent Ited Cross membership drive. In which nearly 3,000 members were added, makes him eminently fitted for this important work. As soon as Mr. Baa-ti- n receives his official appointment and instructions from headquarters, he will announce his precinct and county committeemen. and an active campaign will at once be launched and old Garrard will again be given an opportunity to do her part toward bringing this war to a successful close. The Central Ilecord will always be ready to givo'thls important work all the publicity it possibly can and assist the local chairman in every way to see that Garrard county does cot fall down on the apportionment that has been allotted her. t' THE UNIVERSAL CAR When you buy n Ford cur you buy on established quantity, n proven quality a motor cor that ia giving satisfaction in practically every form of service under every condition where an nutomobile can be used. A cor thnt may be depended on in every circumstances. No one will dispute this fact. t Then place your order for a Ford at once? lEunabout, $15; Touring Car, $3C0;Coupelet, why-no- $500; Sedan, $695; One-To- n Truck Chassis, $000. These prices f, o. b. Detroit. HASELDEN BROS. GAHAGE. iririri S EEARaHTEErJ CURE fee arrears $1.00. 1918, 5-o 1918. renewyour i jf MoRoberts Drugstore we j tieciric irons, iiidMcra, Dishes Plates, Cleaners, Water Heaters, Pads, Motors, Radiators, Vibrators, Davidson & Tca'lnsons Store, g I yu BASTIN BROS. farmSsale. Korry Krome Leather. l 1 l I 1 Twice as Long. Variety 1 I I Ck. Store. 1 1 I The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 17 1918. COMPARE THESE FIGURES Richmond Averages to January 5th, $28.56 DIFFERENCE $1.12. We wish to compare with any house in the state. Some sales made Jan 7th, as follows: Morgan and Shelton Bellatny and Long Wilson pnd Cntes Ben Moberly J. D. Pearson Sallee and Bogie Howaid and Ringon 1510 pounds 2285 pounds 3080 pounds 595 pounds 175 pounds 590 pounds 3355 pounds S37.07 LEXINGTON AVERAGES TO JANUARY 5th $27.44 J. A. Curtis Dallnid & Shelton Bybee nnd Tuggle II. B.Curtis Million nnd 1080 pounds 31.51 30.75 35.50 2190 pounds 785 pounds 1830 pounds 1G85 pounds 33.88 31.01) 30 GO 35.12 3333 33.17 35.20 34. G5 Jett ninl Prattler Smith 2775 pounds 32.42 Our sales for this week are stronger on all grade, selling up to 50cts for big baskets. Try us with your next load. Home Tobacco W'house INCORPORATED. RICHMOND, KY. for SoreMuscles .Stiff Joints will take the pouus come out 01 tne trenches, to go 'HADE IN AMERICA". d home on leave, and reekMrs. Robert Long. Misses Francis ing with vermin. In that coinlition they That some good is to result in this Long; nnd Valeria Whittaker visited are marched to the nearest railroad Worlds War Is certain. Just how much Mesdames B. Ray and J, M. Amon, stop, where the American Red Cross good and how lasting it is up to our is now establishing shower baths, laun- ountly to determine. Wednesday. dries and mending and disinfecting There is always a period of reconMr. and Mrs. John Land ami Ms rooms. There will be rest rooms with Lenna Hollon were guests of Mr. and books, writing materials and games. struction that follows In the wake of Mrs. Ed Naylor and tamily on Lexing- Some of the stations will have dormi- a great turmoil and conflict when business and society have to ton pike, Wednesday. tories and lunchrooms. themselves to meet the new conditions Mr. and Mrs. John Land and Miss brought about by the change in affairs. There are 20,000 children in France, America has been brought to see and Lenna Hollon sunt Fridav with Mr. and Mrs. Thomnsnn DavIi ami Ml... at the present time, receiving Ameri- feel her own deficiencies. She has ben Myrtle and Christine Dayis at Buckeye. can Red Cross assistance, according to a nation of consumers, depending large-- I a cablegram just received from the ly on importation for many articles of Tho river was frozen nvpr nt tfio Paris headquarters of the Red Cross. manufactory. Foreign countries by ry so some of the young men crossed Complete medical care is being extend their constant advertising have er- on the ice Sunday. This is the first ed to TOO of this army of children while suaded the people that their goods are time for more than seven vears that dispenssry medical care claims 3.0CO. , um. this has been possible. patients. Orphans and other children Now witll tll0 clming of tlle worlJ, who are a.ded by the Red Cross dfrect- mrt Aroeric. , thrown on her own ly or Indirect y. number 20.000. Five relourc.s and in addition to having to THE RED CROSS. hundred children per day. for Instance, ,ie jown UlI, oM impression has to I . 11.. The local chapter of the Red Cross receive medical attention at KvUn, the i,t,,i met Friday in the Odd Fellows rooms point of repartition for nationals of fore n contr0 w Germlny w where surgical dressings were cut and trance who are being returned from o ,hw jvelne bu,Ul. ot Ul0 wor,di rolled and also hospital shirts were cut behind tho German lines. producing eightyllve per cent of the The relief of suffering arjjong children worw. consumption. and sewed. Anyone desiring to make When this was n, these shirts in their home can have the with the care and education of deatltuto ' oir Ameri(.tt i:aa t0 earn the embtaces one of the principal neM ,hlt same by calling for them at the rooms ,!louj ,rindy iave h,j activities of the American Red Cross ! on Fridav. coltro of. Now the demands are At one point In the war zone In ,n(2 met ,nj falt rolorJ are Mnf, ,,r0. Another shipment of yarn has arrived. Misa Joan Mount has charge of this r ranci a children a refuge and hospital ,duc.dlial mnt the demand of the department and will wait on any one has been opened, where several hundred coilumer. America will learn a lesson desiring yarn at Ihe rooms on Fridays. children have been gathered together Lf ,hrift anJ ln(Ju,lry if her people will Do your bit. If you cannot sew at just to keep them out of danger of gss I, Undb m demand ..Made ln ier the rooms on Friday call ami take the and shell fir. At another point among Amtr,ca.. KOoda. sewing home with you or else do your the wrecked villages there Is a medical) t part by knitting for the boys In the center end a traveling dispensary Songs of the Heart. to look after 200 children. trenches. The finest mulc f tlm greatest orchestra ou eurtli ciinnnt help a heart along to happiness nt the songs ilothut It Is estimated that some 500.000 A MERCILESS JUDGE of tho heart nine to Itself none persons in France are aWicted with cheer, of patience, of Irtist.j of untuberculosis as a direct result of tho One Who Shows No Favor. selfish love. ThfkP make tho melody war. Efforts to control the spread of of life, and grow stronger nml sweeter the malady ara not only of supreme A merciless judge is Father Time. by practice year by year. Exchange. concern to France herself, but are of great Importance in making France Before him the weak and the wanting To Mend Marble Ornaments. go to the wall. Only the truth can healthful for our own troops. The To mend nmililo ornaments, pins-le- i stand. For veura the following stateAmerican Red Crota 13 of 1'iirK finely puwdcred. Is with the Rockefeller Foundation in ment ft m a Lancaster resident has xnnked In us much saturated solution financing a comi.iission fur tho preven withstood this sternest of ull tests, will uhsorli. The mixof ulum us Mrs. II. F. Walter, Hill Torrace, ture In 'jnkrd it 11 fclnw oven, nnd when tion of tuberculosis. la Lancaster, says; "I never fail to praise hunl It Is ground to a powder. This Wounds were being dressed with Doan'a Kidney Pills, for they are a powder, mixed In wnter and upplled sawdust in Rumania when the Red most worthy remedy and have done me like plaster, rets very hard, will tnke For a very good pullsli, uml, If properly Cross Commission to that country ar- much good on many occasions. rived there. Upon recommendation of several years, I have suffered from a colored, makes 11 capital luiltutlon of My kidneys any kind of marble. the commission medicines, surgical in- lame and palntul back. struments, hospital supplies, bandages, have also been irregular in action. Acids Endanger Ships. bed linen, collodion, wax paper and Doan's Kidney Pill have always remov (Shipmasters dislike currjlng drums iodine were shipped by the Red Cross ed every symptom of kidney trouble at to Rumania. There was also annrnnrl. these times." (Statemen given March ot acid where they cannot be reached readily. A C'hlli uu M the Japan Adaied by the Red Cross Kl, 518,000 for 20, 1908) vertiser Hiys, recently put In at the ALW AYS RELIABLE. work In Rumania. Fulklund lslunds leaking badly. Her On November 18. 1910 Mrs. Walter cargo was made up of drums of acid Since the outbreak of the war the said: "I have the greatest confidence and chalk. The ncld had leaked from 1 American Red Cross has organized in Doan's Kidney Pills, was free the drums and mixed with tho chalk, forty-nin- e hospital units, fourteen of ftom kidney trouble for a long time, formlug carbonic ucld gas In tho hold. which are already on duty in France. but recently hrul a slight attack. I This gas Is deadly uml the crew could In addition tbe Red Cross has organized again used Doan'a Kidney Pills and not umko repairs. Mcuntlmo tho ucld hud gathered ut tho bottom ot the hold eight naval station hospital units. One they relieved me." and euteu uwrry the Irou flumes ot the Foster-Milbur- n of these is now In service and three COc, at all dealers. klllll. others have Just been mobilized. The Co., Mfgrs.. Buffalo, N. Y. FotherKill Mr. Burley position. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. CopJiul $50,000. A. Surplus i30,000. J. DENNY. Pres'dent' J. E. STORMES. Vice Pres'l. S. (h IIKNNV. Cashier. R. Harris, J. U Ull.1, GUNNS CHAPEL. Mr, Raymond Hopkins has been ill. Two children of Mr. and Mrs. Woods Burton are 111. L. 11., little eon of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Murphy is ill. Dr. W. D. Pryor apent a part of last week with Mr. Hiram Ray. Mr. S. S. Sebastian spent several days last week in Jessamine. Miss Ileulah Sebastian spent last week in Madison with her sister, Mrs. Stevie A gee. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Beazley of were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burton. Lucy Catherine, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whittaker has been ill for several days. Mr. and Mrs. HuRhie Moberly and little son visited Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Teater a part of last week, Mr. II. M, Kurtz has moved to the Burton place which he recently pur chased from Mr. Ambrose Calico. News was received last week by Mrs Joe Burton that her father. Rev. Morris Is quite III in a hospital in Cincinnati. Mr. Otis Stotts who has been clerk-In- g for Mr. ltllev Davis has resigned. fr. Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. .,,,, BUSINESS. nri,.,i Samual I). Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. U Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. ,.,,! ,.,.if EEL LT Tobacco Seed. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS, Other seed Is being sold under their name. The Genuine Improved "Standing Up" Burley tobacco seed raised by B. L. Kelly & Sons, can be procured only from the raiser and Is not genuine unless put up In or their signature as packages having a shown below which trade mark Is now patented and on file In the U. S. Patent OKice at Washington. Any infringements will be prosecuted. Seed packed from best selected pods, produced by champion tobacco growers of Kentucky for the past 25 years. fac-slmlle Pains and Aches Caused by Kidneys Uany women attribute ailments and suffering to Borne disease peculiar to their ses, when often the pain and misery Is caused by weak Housework, vr deranged kidneys. ofllce work or factory work may start tbe trouble, and dizzy spells, puttlness under eyes, sore muscles, tin Joints, discolored or scanty urine, sleep disturbing bladder aliments, rbsumatlsm or diabetes may result. When the kidneys are strong- - and healthy they niter out from the Wood when the poisonous waste matter, they are slugglsn or overworked they need a. medicine to clean them out Kidney and Invigorate action. Foley Tills are prepared eipressly for tbe purpose of dissolving? all poisonous substances and urlo add that lodge In the Joints and muscles and to cleanse and strengthen stopped.up. Inactive kidneys. Thousands of m.n and women In all parts of tbe county testify to tbe wonderfully satlsfse. tory results they have had frem taking Voley Kidney: I'iUa, Price $1.00 Per Ounce SPECIAL PRICE ON LARGER QUANTITIES. it. F. D. No. 1. (Trade Mark Patented) ' Send All Mail Orders To 6. L. KELLY & SONS . R. F. D. No. 1, LANCASTER, KY. Stormes Drug Store. 4 The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 17, 1918. SELL YOUR TOBACCO WITH TELEPHONE 97. MADISON TOBACCO INCORPORATED FHSE CO. ( li ft 3rd Street, L. & A. Depot, Richmond, Kentucky. LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO MARKET1 i i 5 m PI0NEER LARGEST FLOOR SPACE i j I Market is better by some two or three dollars over last weeks sales. Receipts have been very light on account of weather conditions. We are expecting good sales and a strong market Irom this on. We are prepared to take care of you at all times. Phone 97 for market conditions. Some of the late Garrard County Crops Sold: Wells and Smith " ( 33.71 1170 pounds Average $ 33.33 Average Average Average Average Average 32.18 31.32 3121 33.C8 J.W. Tntum Floyd Curtis 2255 pounds 2775 pounds 3705 pounds 2510 pounds 23G5 pounds J. N. Ross Prewitt and Mobcrly Brooddus and Garrett Long and King 2380 pounds Average, 34.43 SPLENDID LIGHT A E. C. MILLION, PRESIDENT. FREE STALLS T. J. CURTIS, VICE-PRESIDEN- FIRE INSURANCE W. C. BENNETT. SECRETARHREAS. SQUARE DEAL TO ALL. T. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. I Jacob SchulzCompany Incorporated. Hens Lay AMAZINGLY I A Rovtbost In Three Pieces. A Cruel Enlightenment, Invented which run be taken iipait In make any woman hnppy." She throe piece for carting and shipping. yes, there ti one; your widow." mnlwnt for light service lms been lie "You seem to think I couldn't "Oh, Remember the Qoldsn Rule. ltemember to do unto men what yoi would have them do unto you. Three Hands. One of our fuinous lecturers used to say some people had three hands, a right hand and n left hand and a little behindhand. The fifth wheel tu u curt Is frequently mentioned us an example uf uselessuess, but the third hand is nurse than useless. It Is a serious hiMitllcup, inWrves n writer. All of us need to keep our rifcht hand busy, and most need to tench the left hand to do Its share, but n little behindhand tliouhl he promptly amputated. Aa the World Moves. makes the world go round," Fine Cut Flowers For All Occasions. Phones 339-F POULTRY COURBOH f sw strut I lhJrtaUnx itfcMH Uf. I 'urn afel noU. ffnr kml trrU itttirr imI tr REMEDY , -- or 83. All Orders Receic Prompt Attention vhjci tteui c:, tuutus, ti . Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. SOLD I1Y K. E. McKOBEKTS BUT FURNITURE NOW Suits Rain Carries Electricity. Value of Nation's Own History. Ilalr, curries both positive und nepc-tlv- o There la nothing thnt solidifies and charges of electricity, says a strengthens n nation like reading of the nation' own history, whether that French scientist who has experimented exhaustively. history In recorded In hooks or In customs. Institutions and monuments. Joseph Anderson. Beet and Wheat Food Value. That there Is more food value In! one acre of beets than In four of; "Peat Cotton." A material known us "pent cut ton" wheat Is the contention ot German ag-- ' j Is either matin Into cushions on which riculturnl scientists. to rest Injured limbs, or us filling for bandages. One dltllculty about using Prepare for Sudden Deeds. pent cotton Is thnt It must bo kept We prepare ourselves for sudden moist. When dry It crumlles Into dust deeds by the reiterated choice of good mil becomes useless. A truce of tar or ell which gradually determine! In the make-u- p renders pent cotton a chancier. George Kllot. valuable disinfectant. "Yes, quoted the Parlor l'hllo.oplier. but marriage generally squares things," ndded the Mere Man. Town Topics. "I.oe Our display this season Is wonderfully large of some very aristocratic Dining Room and Bed Room as well as our line of Odd Dressers, Beds, Davenports and other pieces of well designed Furniture. This well arranged $25. Cabinet Only KITCHEN CABINET Specially priced during the holidays at wok one. Perhaps your wife would appreciate Our store is well represented with some of the must attrnctHc patterns we have ever shown. $18.50 Sapp-Slaton While the prices made may seem clieup.tlie workmanship of the cnbi-nehas been well taken care of in every respect. ts Furniture Danville's Largest Furniture and Rug Store. Co. Danville, L. B. Kentucky. SAPP, Manager. Woman Invents Lamp Shade. "The American Addison." Artistic lamp shades have been In"The American Addison" was n complimentary nickname conferred on vented by n woman who chemically Josellh Henrils. Il liuti!ilur mnn luirt, I treats the lining of calves' stomachs nt lloston In 170S, who won reputation ,0 reduce n translucent leather. HARDLY us "Oliver Oldschool." Under that! teiidiinym he cstiiMMied und for sev- L'elng Sure of Heaven, oral year conducted a pcrlodcnl culled I would rather bo n roor beggar's the Portfolio, which, from all uo wife and be sure of heaven, than counts, wns popular In its day. lie queen of all the world nnd stund In died nt l'hlludelphla iu 1812. doubt thereof by reason of my own Terrible Suffering From Hcadaclie, I consent. Catherine of Arngon. Sideacbe, Backache, and WeakTranslation of Y. M. C. A. ness. Relieved by Cardui, Educating the Filipinos. W. Gordon (irltllths of the Y. M Sayi This Texas Lady. Under the rule of the "nlted tales A. told un nudlence nt Cefu thnt lie was "" 3.000.00Q ""liven of the proud to be n Welshman although ie"io m (ruction was unable to 6iuk the "Innguage o( f'"" l'l,1',cs '"vo Gonzales, Tex. Mrs. Mlnnlo Phil-ro- t. ' Lnsllsh Itingurge and more of I'uradlse." lie had. however, learned ' of this rlace, vrrllej: 'Tlve years " ego I was taLeu with a rain. In my " one thing In Welsh und that was that the letters V. II. C. A. may be trans- - ,r tongue. left elii. It was right uai:r my C'yllo Ardcr- - j latcd to mean "Yum Mae left rib. It would commence with nn &aza, a Place of Trade. ("Here Is u splendid oppor- chog" In uluiost every purtlculur the mod- nchlne and extend up Into my loft tuulty.") em Cnia Is nn Ilgiptlau rather than ehoulder and on dov.-- Into tuy back. n Syrian town. It Is full of rich vege-tatlo- Dy that tlmo the pala would be to unit Its many gllstenlug mina- some I would have to taUa to bed, rets show up ugtilust the dull green of and suffered usually abcut three days For Croup Mothers Innumerable olive trees. Gnzu Is stilt, ...I suffered this way for thrco yean, o1 Always Keep this Handy as of old, u pluce ot trade, of camels nnd cot to be n mero skeleton and was und ciirnvnns, n tut Its bazaars lire loud to weak I could hardly stand nlono. with trnllle und MUM with Was not ublo to no anywhere and bad Th. ay f ths Croup sears is ot.i to let my houso work go,,, I suffered th0B psrsuts 7ho wlstly ksp t for awful with a pain In my back and I xolsy'a Houtr and Tar Compound tu Mis boms assay tor instant use. bad the headache all the time. I Just How to Apply Gum. IV. C Allen, rtoselcy. Ha., writes; "I was unable to do n thlug. My Ufa liava raised n family of four rhllilrsn- means of a printed notice attached was a misery, my etomach got tn an I'" And have used l''oleyii Honey nnd Tar Compound with ell of them. I And It awful condition, caused from takintc i cull bottle of emu, II. M. stationer llis best crouu und cousti medicine I v thus Instructa the government so much medlcino. I suffered so much Iiavs ever used and 1 hava used It for pain. I had Jutt about c'ven up all In the use of that aubstuuee: years, and can recommend elf ht or ten 11 It fn. rmiin "III ordinary use, thu best und most hopes of our ccttlns anything to help If toward rtlrhlfall ihm lltlts MH me. Immediate result Is obtained arrow hoarso or croupy, if their breath Ono Almanac was InsT pscomss whsesy and stutTy, glv wlug only such ua amount of gum thrown day a Birthday After reading tn my yard. tbsm Foley lloney and Tar Compound I'l Just uniformly moisten the sur-- f Its tcstimonlajs I decided to try Carpromptly and It will ward oil un attack ht crouD. 'v without leaving uny obvious ex-- " dui, and am so thankful that I did, If you ths hoarsa .rrassr ara awakened by croup, atva 4 to deluy drying, tha coudltlun to for I began to Improve when on the eoush that maans play's Hons and Tar Compound at I'luu'd at being that of n Kiinuueil second bottle. ..I am now a well ones. It will sua ths llttls sultsrsra quickly, "ut ths thick choking ptiLcm. p itsge stamp Just tuolsteued us oidl-- i woman and feellnc fine and tha cure and soon thsy will h.TS easy brcatuns ii applied to a letter." Which Is Las been permanent for It has been and psaesful qutst steep, my bad health. r - t miolher way of snylag, "Apply two years sincepraltoawful recommend ft Mmj us ex la a frtssd, I will always and ishlly." Undoa Ttt-BlK 78 Cardui." Try Cardui today. DRUQ STORE. STOHME3 COULD STAND ALONE a 9 'l'" "' 9 The CentraliRecord, Thursday, Jan 17, 1918. The Central Record incorporated, ssued Weekly. 11.00 LOCAL MINISTERS DENY RIGHT SLAV1N. After a lingering illness of several months, Mr, Warren Slavin aged 80 yearn, died Sunday morning at the home of his nephew, Mr. James Burn-sid- e, where he had made his home for Mr. Slavin had the past few years. been In declining health, sulTering from Brights disease, and his death was not unexpected. In his younger days he had been identified with the business Interests of Hyattsville, conducting a mercantile business there and he bad seen this section develop from its pioneer state to one of the most thriving and prosperous sections of the county. He was n devout member of the Presbyterian church. Mr. Tom Slavin of Paint l ick was a nephew as was also Dr. Slavin of Danville. After services at (he grave by Rev. Eldridge his body ws laid to rest in the old Paint Lick cemetery. a year. Mgr. THAT REGISTRANTS HERE HAVE To Claim Exemptions J. K. fi. ROBINSON.. Editok. On Religions L KLKIN. Local 'EMm niul Grounds. Kor some time it has been circulated following property is offered for sale. Entered al lti totl Office In Lsaeatter, Ky., throughout On account of being drafted Into Army Smice the the county that certain SI til M.licr. flfeon1-clpersons in the drafted age of the SeMember Kentucky Press Association lective Army were claiming exemptions on the grounds that h certain church In this county. In which they were affiliatEighth District Publishers League. ing, forbade them from participating in consisting of three acres or land, good seven room dwelling with good defensive war-farand many affidavits Lancaster, Ky., January 17, 1918 Good barn with splendid cellar cellar. Store room Is were being filed with the Local Exemp power gasoline grist mill, all tion Hoard on these grounds. This fact buggy house, mill house and ten horse Rates For Political Announcements was brought to the notice of the pasout buildings, two good cisterns, youn8 orchard. For Precinct and Citv Olfl:es ...$ 6.00 tors of the four churches of the city 10.00 and they have issued the following 'or County Offices 'ror State and District Offices.... 15.00 statement for publication, denying that For Calls, per line such a creed exists in any' of their For Cards, per line churches of the county. For all publications in the interThe statements from the ministers of est of individuals or expresthe citv, makes very interesting readA sion of individual views, per ing and are published below in full. This is one of the best locations in the county Tor a country store. MARET. line Lancaster, Ky, January 15th, 1918 rent property, or trade both for land. Will sell goods and Obituaries, per line To the Garrard County Exemption Hoard Mrs. Salhe Maret. formerly or this Investigate this proposition if you want a bargain. Gentlemen; years, died in county, ged lltty-nin- e Having received information The Editor of the Kecord regrets that from the Jewish hospital In Louisville, where It ha9 become necessary to publish the you to the effect that certain young she had been for several months for position of the religious denomination men in this County are claiming ex treatment, and was buried in the Lan of our community upon the issues of emption from service in the U. S. Army caster cemetery Saturday morning. the terrible war. However, this nc on the ground that they belong to i Mr. Maret was one of the best known tion is, indeed, timely and will serve religious organization whose Creed for women of Garrard county having con good purpose. It strengthens the hold bids participation in war, and that these ducted large farming Interests near COY, KENTUCKY. of the Church on the hearts and affec young men belong to the so called Bryantsville and being very successful tions of the people for its leaders to Church of Christ, and that these in in the business world. She was a mem speak out in this hour of the nations dividuals charge said Church with the ber of the Pleasant Grove church where peril. This is no time for the spread- above teaching, I feel it my patriotic she took an active part in all its affairs ing or teaching of the gospel of non privilege to comply with your request and all good movements growing out It is German propaganda to make a statement us to the Creed of of church lite. Beside a hostof friends, resistance. pure and simple and the all the power this organization. Mrs. Maret leaves two daughters. Mrs. of concentrated public effort should be Therefore I, unhesitatingly testify to J. II. Boner of Nirholasville. and Mrs. 117 ID MPU70 IIP TUP HIPPIE l'ltial homes are living simply as the PUTS TO wielded in driving the ax to the verv the fact that said organization has no Grant Trumto, who lives near Ixiuis-vill- r, lYM lL HO UT Hill tVLLIV. 'soldiers In rude wooden barracks or tap root of the poisoning tree which is such ARTICLE OF RELIGION', nor She also Poincalre. in his New Year's greet-- 1 sheds that are furnished with the same to mourn her loss. bearing that un American fruit, such as has it a uniform and written creed in ROUT RUSSIAN MOB. furniture that they are supplying leaves three brothers. Mr. Jack Adams Ing to the United Stales. sayN that the , 'opposed to war'; believe in non resist- existence. of this place, Mr. Joe Adams of Lex Allies remain unshaken in their resolve to the iieasants when thev restore Charles R, Crane, held of the Amerance and many other such pro German n It is a fact that the said ington, and Mr. Willis Adams of Brad- - to accomplish the task of the war. home. ican mission to Russia, In an address propaganda as the spies and enemies Church of Christ is a part of the well dock, N. D. as German) is daily sending back, in at St. Iuis last week, told how Amwell as four sisters, all Wilson's wonderful message proclaims of this country would spread. old and those bassador Francis stood known communion commonly known as of whom reside in Texas. the tact that tue United States can great numbers, those too at the American We congratulate the ministers of our the Diciples ot Christ or Christian only see peace thru victory. Germany too voung, to be of service to them In Kmbassv in Prtrograd ard. with recity upon the bold and patriotic stand Church, and are Identical in their fun can have peace at any time that she their captivity, and out of this material volver In hand, held ? a mob, taktn. Let the preachers keep up the damental doctrines, differing only in WALKERMr. Crrne satd that a mob, believing domin- these regions nre being rehabilitated. ceases her dream of world-wid- e good work. Let your congregation join some matters of minor importance, ion. The principle of justice to all It is thus that chlld'en are often being that a man named Men! (in reaht While not unexpected, tho death of you in your etforts ana such unAmeti-can- , such as the use of instrumental music nationalities ru a thru the program separated from their parents who are Mooney, the San Frairfisco dynamite work in worship and the carrying on of Mis- Mrs. Stephen L. Walker, which occurundemocratic and Wilson outlines. Truth finally rill win. still kept in bond nee by these Huns ard suspect), was to be executed in tin her late home of the Poor Ridge will cease Immediately in our grani-childre- n sionary work through Missionary red at country, started for the American Battle for mastery of Venetia enters mavbe a grandparent and the pike last Sunday afternoon, came as o Societies. start lite together again. third month with Italians holding firm. shock to her numerous friends and relaThese aged people show great eagerThe Prtrograd authorities warred That the new Testament is the Creed England will' recognize the Bolshevik The Administration forces organized of either wing of this organization is a tives. Confined to her room for several ness to return again to their native soil Ambatsidor Francis bv telephone that months with a fatal illness, with every government in order to get in touch though they are bent by ears ami the the mob was approaching. both branches of the General Assem- mistake. We teach that tho new tes Guest. bly with so much ease that it can tament is not our creed but contains it care and attention that could be given with conditions in Russia. vlcUjitudes of war and the children J begged the Ambassador to flee with her, death came as a relief to this good The facade of the Padua Cathedral at with their sunken clucks and litt.'e them, but he refused, said Mr. Crane. hardly be called a 'victory'. There Jesus Christ being the Creed. woman and after short and impressive Rome has been torn down by bombs worn and wasted bodies who have were no issues involved in the fight, Respectfully, even Mr. Francis told a negro servant to get services at the grave, her remains were dropped by enemy airmen, the War forgotten how to lauh nre being a revolver. although the outcome was of imporWith this weapon the J. R. MOORMAN, laid to rest in the Lanrsster cemetery Office announces. The basilica of the brought back to normal tance to the people of the state. The Atnba.sador met the mob at the duor. Minister Christian Church, childhood. Tuesday mornfnR. Santo and the Municipal Museum have opposition was simply 'playing politics And these American women who are "Your Government la going to harg Lancaster, Ky. Beside her husband, Mrs. Walker is been damaged. and this is a bad season for the game, thus helping tn rehabilitate. France and our leader. Muni, and we are going to survived by several children all of whom PUBLIC STATEMENT. it appears. The Stanley administraBelginm are receiving their reward in clean out the American Kmbassay." tion now has afree hand. The resoIn as much as it has been brought to were at her bedside when the end came the joy of service which is the highest said the leaders. THE JOY OF SERVICE. lution for National Prohibition was our notice by the Garrard County Ex- and the sympathy of all go out to them "No you are pot", replied Ambassacalling that can corre to humanity in It is a great and noble work that ten that it nearer apprcaches the ex- dor Francis. "Hilsjs American soil promptly adopted. The administra- emption Board, that certain individuals in the loss of a devoted wife and an American women have undertaken in ample tion forces will see to it that, whether ha-'- e been claiming exemptions from affectionate mother. of the great Master whose life and I will kill the first man who crosses the line." Mrs. Walker was a daughter of Mr. the remaking of France by going on was spent we shall have state prohibition, itiub-mitte- d service in the United States Army, on in service to others. Mr. Crane said the mob then disperto a vote at the earliest legal the grounds that they belong to a re Jim Day Ray and was twice married. their own respcnsibility into the heart moment. A law will be enacted, pro- ligious sect or organization whose creed her first husband was Wesley II If lis of the devastated region and establish- L Tankage, the best fowl for grow sed. He said he heard the noise at the embassy ami arrived there just as (he hibiting intoxicating forbids participation in war In any and three children are left.bv this mar- ing a community centre that has helped the bringing ing lio(j9, Hudson, Hughes & Fur- - crowd wept away. From the negro liquor from wet to dry territory fpr form; we the pastors of the Protestant riage: Mrs. Jim Hicks and Mrs. How- rebuild twenty seven ruined villages. servant Mr. Crane learned the detail. the purpose of sale, and with these Churches of Lancaster, Ky,, feel called ard Logan, of this county, and Mrs. There these women who have left rum. The measures out of the way the admin- upon to state publicly, that our organi- Bradford Burdette, of Madison. istration shall have the opportunity to zations have so such creed, and that three children left by the second mar give us all the good legislation we we know this to be the" uniform teach riage are. Miss Lvelyn, Cecil and John need. ing of these organizations throughout Walker. Mrs. Walker was a devoted th world. Furthermore, it is our member of the Scotts Fork Christian (!) humble Judgment, that the New Testa- - church and tho burial services were by Rev. J. R. Moorman pas Cotton Seed Meal for sale. ment, which contains the recorded conducted Hudson .Hughes & Farnau. teachings of Jesus Christ and His tor of the local church here. Apostles does not forbid participation in defensive war-far(!) LAST HOPE REMOVED EXAMINATIONS. (Signed) Miss Jennie Iliggins, asks ut to state S. G. CALL1SON, Pastor Is Alive. That Heidel Sanford Baptist Church, that the Common School examinations will take place at the Court House, on II. S. HUDSON. Pastor When the Jacob Jones went down. "Duying lumber nt this time is the best investment you ever made. January 25th and 26th. Passing these Presbyterian Church. U. S. A. (!) torpedoed from a German submarine ' I here are several very good reasons. examinations will entitle them to free F. D. PALMETER, Pastor ajmlssion to any of the high schools of Methodist Episcopal Church, South, and tho announcement went out that t'ie county to which they may be asJ. It. MOORMAN. Pastor, two sailors were taken prisoners, I!) T Tnusual conditions make it possible to set twice ns much lumber (is signed by the trustees. Christian Church. hopes were entertained that Heidel ' you did in iuw for the same miotmt of farm produce. Mr, Sanford, of this city and son of one and Mrs. L. J Sanford, might be nvestment in lumir and the placing of new huildingi on your THE ORIIGJN OF KHAKI. DRAFT EVADER GIVEN of the prisoners taken captive, but an property will increne its value out of nil proportion to the lum- investigation by the Red Cross at To What Is the origin of khaki? bers cost. whom is the army indebted for it? FIVE YEAR PRISON TERM. Bttne, Switzerland, removes the last hope and the family of young Sanford Khaki is said first to have been adopt umber the world s greatest building material has advanced much T Arthur Handlon, of Indianapolis, was notified In the following letter ed in British India, in 1843, by Sir less innn any otner material used lor building. from the Depaitment at Washington Henry Burnett Lumsden, who hid been was sentenced to five years imprisonasked to equip a corps of guides to col- ment, in the Federal Prison at Atlanta, last Saturday. The letter wss writ without Double value canisbe had than eversacrificing qunlity nrul the lect intelligence and to conduct an En- by Judge A, II. Ar.derson, of the Fed ten toMrs. Sanford and says: of today better before. Madame; The bureau has finally re glish force on the northwestern front eral District Court, before whom he ier oi Inula, ine cloth used was a had pleaded guilty to having obtained ceived wont, from the Red Cross at light cotton drill, as suited the climate military exemptions by fraud. Hand' Berne. Switzerland, that the two men (!) of Hindustan, and took its name from a Ion's wife was sentenced for a year who were captured by tho German native term, "khaki", which means In and a day and two other persons were submarine when the Jacob Jones was jVTothinR is more important tliaii conservation nt this time, und till grain, stock nnd implements must be properly sheltered. ' ' the Urdu language "dusty", being de sentenced for two years respectively, sunk by u torpedo from the enemy rived from "khak" or dust. Thus the for signing affidavits supporting Hand submarine are Albert DcMello, sea on the man second class, am.' John Francis claim for exemptions term applied to the color of the cloth Ion's CI nsver come again. Af- Opportunity such ns you have NOW-m- uy Murphy, ship's cook first class. rather than to the material. Accord ground of a dependent wife. icr iiiu ttur, umber prices may bo higher. hcipo that case Is n sample of the The above This lemoves the last ing to the dictionary, It is pronounced ksyked by the natives, but the English stringency of tho Selective Service Charlie Ileidcl Sanford might stlil be are giving you this information in (he right spirit with u de- pronounce it us kharkee. and this is the Lsw. The Local Exemption Board is alive, and the Bureau is reluctantly sire to see you buy when you can get more for your f finding great difficulty in classifying compelled to officially decline him il) farm cornet pronunciation. produce. Having been approved, the use of registrants on acrount of the numer dead, The Bureau desires to extend V you its sincere sympathy in this claims filed. to the cloth spread from the guides to ouj lil It is reported that a thorough In great bereavment. others in the Indian army, and it was veiligution will be made later Into the The Bureau will at once take steps V worn In the Sepoy mutiny of 1857 by question of false affidavits. The pen- to Inform the Bureau of war ritk in the English troops. In the Iloer war, Ie99 1903, khaki was adopted In the alty is very severe for aiding one In order that they may take up the. mat LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. British service for an active service securing deferred classification not en tet of compensation and you will, no (!): doubt, hear from them in the near fu uniform, and so worn by all English titled to same. ture. With regards to tbe pay or Uut as and colonial troops In Africa. money which was due the deceased at i cotton was not warm enough, .or the WORK MULES FOLSALE. the time of bis death, that is, the 'V' African lilghlanders, uniforms of the We have 30 good work mules for sale money which lie had earned, it is sug same kind were made of serge, and the 111 three and four years old, all mares or gestcd that you apply to the Auditor term khaki thus Included woolen It cept four. Will soli single or In pairs, for the Navy Deptrtment, Treasury well as cotton fabrics, liecause it was good, teams Department, Washington. D. C. well fitted for the climate of Cuba and Some extra plow, all Respectfully. the Philippines, the United States chose of mare mules readv for the W. A. Hall, J, Ei Robinson. kbakl for tbe solJIeri' uniforms during broken, Lieutenant, U. S. N, Lancaster, Ky, war. the Spanish-America- n FOR SALE! 48x54 18x40. Stock of Clean Merchandise and Store Property Dwelling and Store Room Lighted with a $200. Acetylene Gas Plant. 9 anders Bros. Iementuckian Or See Coy S. Sanders, Lancaster, Ky. e l'n " i BUILD NOW! I I I I I I I I I i 1 a I I lr 1 1 1 I II Ao w S A, H. BASTIN & SON. I I 1 BUILD NOW. I The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 17 1918. WHY PAY $75. OR $80. FOR A RANGE j Gossip About People, vz? when we will sell you equally as good for $40. or $50. Heating Stoves as good as Moorcs for $30. and $35. Small Heaters I v I Mention of the Comings tni Doings by Thoic Wi Art Inttr'tttd In. A Brief $5.00, $6.00 and $7.00. liirilscll three Inch Wagon $70 Corn Shelters Clieop. J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Deal House. 31 A. It. Hastln Is visitlna her on Mr. Clinton lloitln at Detroit. Mr. II. T. Wallace, of Mt. Sidling Ik here for a visit to hi uncle, Mr, T. K. Cecil. Miss Jennie Cox, liai recovered from u light Illness anil U again on duty at Mr. ICZZICZZIC DC the Joseph Mercantile Company. Mr. O. (I. Speaks, of St John, Kan. as. la in the city this week shaking hand with hit relatives mid friends I!d C guest of hi mother, Mr. Nnckie Mc Grath, on Danville Ave. Dick, started; HEMP GROWERS T(1 In with the Belknap Hardware Company, MEET JANUARY 19T at Louisvlll, about twelve year- - -- go. at n meager salary and pushed n band I Owing to the severe bllzznd It truck for some months, but was pro. ... ., .. . .i .i ul . "lc motcd rapidly, and today ".' ravela for , . .. L ii.iiiii Kruwers scneuuiec tor aiuruay, The Shaplelgh Hardware Company, of St. I.ouis, nnd has his headquarters at Jan. IJth, one week. All hemp growers are hereby notified Ulclimond, Va , where he and his hap. a py family reside, He Is tho pictuioof that meeting will be held, Saturday Jan, 19lh at I'. M. in the Court health and we know that he he is jus House. It Is extremely impoitant that as prosperous as he looks. Hi frien every bemti grower In the countv at are all glad to see and with that tend Ihi) meeting. Similar meetings could put Lancaster on his Itinerary, have been held in Madison nnd Woodford and it is up to Carrard to fall in LOST: Tall nit of Taupe Fox line. set of furs: Leave at tliU oftlco Come yourself nnd bring jour neighJoseph' store and be rewarded. bor. W.1I. ItOGKItS. County Agent, (iarraid Co. l or Sale: One dozen Ilarred rock hens and a few nice cockerels. KENTUCKY HEMP Mrs. C. A. Itobineoii, I YOU'LL TIM! IT r V I.N THIS C0L131 i n ,ll,l,i To Loan I hae several good mule that I desire to loan to responsible parties. 3t J, W. Sweeney, Mule FOlt SALE: Small 25 acre fnrm, productive and lies well. Three room box house, one half mile of Hubble. Price $70 an acre. Terms reasonable. 3t-pUutler Sutton. FOR SALE; Twenty-three- , 2 and 3 year old mules, broken and unbroken. Heady for the plow. Haselden Hros, and llurnside. Fall Lick pike. 3L FOH SALE: Two goul runabouts, condition, each equipped with "ono minute" demountable wheels, six to a car. Prhe $225 and $250, n eDr. H. C. Hov. Ilryautsville, Ky. good HI If you have an auto to sell or if you want to buy one, or if you have a Touring Car and Dr. and Mia Elliott, Mr. and Mrs. Cremo Dniry Feed, Corn, Hay (inines, Miss Tommle Francis and II. Clay KaulTnian are In Ioulsvllle Oats, Wheat nuilillini, mixed feed this week. Uran, Hudson, Hughes & Fariiau Mr Mors BEING POOLED. Grcmers Meeting Next Salmthy, want a Roadster, or the reverse write us. We Have Several Good Used Cars at Very Low Prices. Satisfaction Guaranteed. We also operate a first class repair shop and do Storage Bnttery work. The Danv !e Huick L. 1). w 3C CONN. Proprietor Walnut Street. 31 Dunvllle, Kentucky. ILZ3C DC 5 if B Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. 3H. Ollice Photic 18. Resilience Phone Kentucky. Here Is Something 8 You Con Do Buy War Saving Stamps and HELP TO STOP THE WAR Call and ask about them. It is your Duty. I "gze Citizens National Bank OK I.ANCASTKH, KY. II. K. HUDSON. President. J. J. WAI.KKIt. W. O. I'.icnky, Aas't Cash'r Jot J. Wai.keh. J !t. . W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. Vice PreaU ON ROLL OF HONOR. If jour cars, hands cr feet become get some snow or ice, go Mr. John WMter, our insist trostbitten ant po.t master, lias assumed hlsduties a cool rocm, tub the affected parts with the snow or ice and then gradually let after being conlined to hU hnnie for the alTocled member or members get week or more with toniilitii. warmer, says one of Lancaster's beti Mrs. John Mount and Son, John Mc doctors. He explained that the mow Hoberts. left for their Atlanta homo Is used after the person bus been take yesterday, after pniling " month Into tho house to get the affected mem in this and adjoining her gradually used to the warm room, with relative counties. His advice is, "Never go Into n heated Mi Florence Johnson, who ha houe while frostbitten.' been ill at her home on ltichmoiid St. naa suiiicienuy recovered Irom a seAND YET WE KICK. vere die of Lagrlppe to return to A disp.iteh from Washington ll State College, Lexington. week states that butter is selling Mr. and Mr. Jesse Arnold, of frank lliilin at $- - 25 per pound, sugar at fort, are in the city this week, the cents per pound, ham and bacon guests of relatives iin.I friends. It i H.W ier pound and American soap very gratifying to note that Mr. Arnold five bar for $1.12 This information, has recently been elected as one of the received by the Food Administration officers of the Christisn church at cornea tniough a responsible source, Frankfort. The price are from four to five time Messrs Jimmie Hi use anil Sank as high as those now prevailing in tin House are visiting friends in the coun United State. ty. These progressiva young farmers moved to Iowa several years ago and HANDSOME HOMES. II are very enthusiastic over their adopt' ed stale and sy that crops were never Mr. J. W. Smith and Mr. Theodoi better and all bringing good prices. Currcv, two of our enterprising busi "Somo Trip," Messrs Glass Carrier ness men, have recently moved into ami T. J I'rice left Saturday morning handtome homes that have just been for Lexington, they reached Hichmond built and completed on Maple Avenue, at 8 p m. on "Old Henry", and con lloth of theje gentlemen have had ex Mdered themselves iucky to get that perience in planning homes as they sold far. After spending the night in Mad house that they had built on Hichmond son a capital iney returned home on Street that added greatly to the tractivenes of that street and these the first traiji. bungalows on Maple Avenue add to Dr. Pilntus Walker left for Cincin already attractive neighborhood. nati last Tuesday to resume liu dutiei Cjllegd of Vetcri.iarat the Cinciii.-i.u- i linns where he will complete his course FINE LECTURE. Hi! was kept quite busy in A pt it. The lecture given at the court bouse while hero during the holiJays and his ftltnr, lwiL liricM (n. !.,,. f.,.. I.Im laJt ThumUv night under the euspices of the Woman a C lub, by Mrs. Ida Ha hia return m April i rison of was one of the be? ' j denial Dick Mcdratb, one of the most and mostLexington, lectures heard here patriotic j alfablu "Knights ot the (trip" on th during the pant jear. The court house v 'r,.,l 1. .1... .!... g.u. traHn i. Iit, .I.. !,.. .1.1. wir was very well filled and the meeting .ins was called t) oid.r by Mrs.'McKobert President of the Woman' Club, and Itev. J. It. Moorman offered prater, I he speaker of tho evening waa the introduced and for nearly an hour she held the audience in rapt silence by her magnificent address. She made a splen for financial aid for the Army i. W. C. A. and said "that Kentucky had been apportioned $25,000 for this work and that Garrard county was asked to give 4500. Mr. George Itot inson also made an earneat appeal for this work and did it most eloquently, something over Iu0 was raised. Mcssis Iivine Slnpp and loom mate t lelds of Iterea College, w ere vis at Air. btappl home, Judge mid Mrs Koiept Stnpp. IF YOUR EARS YrEEZE. The meeting of the hernp growers uf Garrard county advertied totake place at the court hruse Inst Satun'iy had to be postponed until i.ext Saturday on account of the weather. Another call has been made by C.,uutv Kann Agent lingers and appear in this Issue of the Hecord. This ii u very important meeting and every hemp grower in the countv should mike it ii point In be on hand. Kentucky hemp is being pi.nled for the first time in the hlitjry of the state. We unders.and that Woodford and Madison have already pooled their crop and other counties aio falling in line and its up to the growers to interest themielvcs in one of tho most important products that is being grown In the county. An exchange sys:-Jol- ni It. Humphrey, bureau of msrliet. Kentucky Experiment Station, hai just returned fmm New York where he interviewed eastern atockmen and securid their in the pooling to the extent that they will send bujera 'o Woodford urd Madison this weik. Pooling is a preliminary step in getting better price for the fibre. Kentucky's price last year was $13 per hundicd, nnd this year, while not a price has bet-- named or n p ur,d sold in the nale pTicc now $10 for 'he fibre and $13 50 for the tow. Tlw kcarcity of tlax and the substitution of hemp foi it in many instances such as thread, coarser linens, rugs and so on, has given the hemp industry u decided boost and tho acreage of the United Stales will not yield a crop adequatu to the double demand. there are only low.uw acres of hemp grown in tho States and while it is now grown in Ohio, Indiana, Wisconsin, California, Missouri and Kentucky, tl crop for 1017 is less than was grown I Missouri tnd Kentucky in 1SS0 when these two states produced hemp 50,000 loanTonTarms. Unlimited amount of monev to loan on good farm. Can be paid off any Utile. No loan feeclmigtd. Atk about this NEW plan. 1). A. THOMAS. Heal Estate. Insurance. On mhiI DISSOLUTION NOTICE. after January 6th, 1918, the firm of Denny and Wheeler will have dissolved. This is done by mutual consent of botli parties, Dr. Wheeler retaining their pre?ent office and Dr. Denny moving on Danville street, over the office of Dr. Kinnaird. M. K. Denny, W. A. Wheeler. FOR SALE LIVE STOCK AT BARGAINS. rwo coming two year old mare mules and dandy good ones; 2 two ear-ohorse colt; 1 coming three year old well broke stud celt; 1 eight year old mare in foal to Jack, good worker and driver; 6 sows to farrow in March; 5 shoata weight about 100 pounds each; 1 good boar; 2 good cuws, one fresh; 3 bulbcalves. Will sell worth the money. Tom W. Conn. It. V. D. No 1. Lancaster. Kv. Inducing Birds to Csthe. To Induce a ennary to take n bath n few seeds upon the wnter. This milled nttrnctlon will make the bath become n habit. sprinkle acrt. GIVING BEEF CATTLE SILAGE Little Angel Preisnt. . teacher, admonishing litu model child, for misconduct, wild: "I thought I had u little nnxcl In the room. .Vow where Is sheV Little Httly, on the otheftsble of the room, stood up meekly and shjly answered: "Hero I Is." A primary tle Ann. who usually was PREDICTS PhicToNLY DC c 0 " The -- Sh! What would hv-ti mo if I w-- -c y,)ur kid? Well, if you re nof llntcd with C Juuct you ii' d. I't kro.v ;,ht't s pood ex cu a I f C- - I Help BY OVERWHELMING Col. Roosevelt Denounces VICTORY RED BLOOD AMERICANISM Anta That C.vry Umbrellas, there Is ti rM of tints yrrv little s"'ru nmlroia. made 'i . bits of leaves, to protect their The vnluo of the Mlo In fattening from the fierce tropical sun. rnttlo wns strongly emphasized by the times, writes n contributor to tho Inillnnn xtntlnn. In this experiment ' nil's Companion, who bus lived In ubstnntlnl pilns were made on tho following ration : Miibiilent republic ncro.s the Ill's iide, 1 have sreu two lints walking 'Ui pouniN cottonseed meal. V r while inn polllily curried tho 4. 1 pounds clover hay. i iht n, r llu two. At other times, H.t xhelled corn. I.i saja. 27,7 pound corn silage. liare seen them, when going When Mlnge wns fed the cost of n ppiislto directions, stop nnd salute gain wns mio-ba- lf cent u pound lewd ,i!i other before they passed on. than with dry fowl nnd the Incmie in piofits ummmtitt to from $3 to $3 Courtesy and Appreciation. per Btcer. The cottonseed menl gnvc To make cuurtcy popular It must much better results than oil menl nnd be shuivu that It pays, paysJn dollars tended to produco firmer flesh with Mini tents us will as In happiness, nn Mlnge. exchange says. Appreciation makes Where there li not nn nbundanco of for ri enter effort nnd creates out of grazing when cnttlo arc fed the Mlo the most valuable assets unil builds up will ho nlinost Indispensable to econ. spirit of teiiiii work. Much good ul. it mny In feeding. Tho amount saved In remits when people think mor wnjs feeding ullage will soon pny for the ubont their obligations mid less about alio. It helps utilize tho coarse feed1 rights. There tire mauy discouraged nnd It tukes tho place of green pas. hearts ever w here that would be lure when this l not available, helped wonderfully by u word of 'ii ' Value of Material In Fattening Em phaslzed by Experiment Conducted at Indiana Station. IS COMING TO THE FRONT calling for men of stout hearts and sound bodies. It need them to keep Old (ilorv triumphant nnd unsullied in the. air. The exigency now confronting us emphasizes, as nothing else could do, the importarce of good health, both as an individual and national asset. It gives point to the suggestion, often emanating from this ollice, that every bedy should guard their health ns a pricelei possession. When you tlnd yourselt running down and not exactly keyed up to the lighting pitch, ns is the case with everybody at times. You ought to come to Nature's relief and take 11 course of l,' v At Dinner ol Ohio Society. ROOTS EXCELLENT FOR HOGS (tight now this Country i ' J ZZ . I COM-CEL-SA- R Legally iti:irnntcetl to satisfy you, or inency hack If you'll do that, you will not experience tho discomfiture of being sent back homo for Uck of red blood when you .answer Uio call of the color. COM.CKI.-SAl- t nell at Ono Dollar lor threee boxes, legally liver, kidney', bowel, bladder, guaranteed for (tho blood and Indigestion and heudaches. rheumatism and nervousness. SCIENCE SOl'E Is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c a bar, 3 bar 25c. Try bur COWBOY LINIMENT, for all Pains, bruise, ngzxm II burn, etc. 25c nnd 50c bottle. STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. Dakoto Jack-White-Mo- on 3729 31 West Ilroadway, LOUISVILLE, KY. 3d DC Z3I DC 1 1 Amtrica must accept no peace cent "the twsce of overwhelming vie I tory." Theodoro Itooaevelt suid in nddresa last week ut a dinner of the Ohio Society of New York. of notlicrs irjr To accept nn inconclusive peace' the former President aid, "would menn that tho whole war would have g B.1IHKU POWBEt! ffl to be fought over again by ourselves Bfl .iiise our children, Those who now de9 it always s,, j ,!t sand is fiSE aim inand such a peace are not only the Colvmtt cenloin. only tueS I enemies of America but of democracy havm bun IntfJitntl p. provjj oficlally by thm U, i. throughout the world, and stand on the level ot the Ilolshevikl, who have m feu a Mh.n row buy ii. Hrh.n you w. It, m leu betrayed both Ku.ju and her alhea to IlDGIinCT- -otuxuTv the militaristic and capitalistic uutoc- racy of the Hohenzollerns." Unless both Itelglum and Franca are restored pud indemnified. Col. House, i velt said, justice will not have pre. vailed. Col. Itooaevelt sold Amerlci would be wise to make, it ultimate aim "iucli military and industrial piepa. rations a, shall save us fiorn ever again IkIiij? caught In euch shape a to be helpless to protect ourselves." In thi connection he reiterated hi advo cacy of universal and military training. "the training camp today," lie said, "are huge uuiver.ilie of American citizenrhip; and it will be a crime If they are ever discontinued." tc'i i'i 're qdl C ,' forr- t"0, r - (.. BiKiuR ore m t.i;,.- - Found Most Profitable to Cook anrJ reed While Warm, Mixed With Ground Feed. In our on ii experience where nnv largo number of roots were fed to swlno wo found It most profitable to cook tlio roots, and feed them while warm, with tho ground feed, snyx n writer In an exchange. i en in nils way tho hoe will ent them readily. They enjoy wnrni food, mid the ground grain mixed with the roots has always given us good re. suits. Where thero nro only n few roots to ne rcil we should feed them raw. letting tho hogs gnaw them down t their leisure. With this kind of feed you must bo careful not to give oo many or the roots nt once, ns otb erwlso they freezo nnd then of course they nro not satisfactory. COMFORT PAYS GOOD PROFIT Plumbing HEATING, GUTTERING; ROOFING, ROOF RE- I I I I n PAIRING, VentllatinrJ and all kinds of Tin Work. Your business appreciated. will Li Important That Breedtr Feedlnn Hans siiouia uci most uui or Feed-C- orn It High-Price- WCueW'A VZZSSr Mnko your hoes comfortable, nnirs nre blch-prlcenow, nnd so I corn. It Is very Important, therefore, that tho man who Is feeding hogs should get the most out of his corn; anj In order to do this he must mflbn them comfortable. PI WILLIAMS The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 17, 1918. HOW LANCASTER SOLDIER Triple Proposal I I W. A. WHEELER DENTIST sj ANNUM. Riil'OKT op Tin: REPORT OF THE CONDITION DISPERSED ATTACKS. I ' 994t1t9af sttttslvaaa two years my stomach (rouble was very bsd, my doctor had to Inject m irpnlne on several occasions when I Dt ETHEL VANDEVEER .was stricken with theie attacks. Since (Coprrlsbt. tilt, Waiters Nawicap.r Union.) j taking 4 bottles of Mayi'a Wonderful entirely well and M1"""1 1 hlve b .ilmmle Twlnlne awoke nt hnlf-nns- t three In the ofteruoon of New Vear'a am '"vlnjr In the United .States Arlll day, ynwned, turned over, slept n few lery, Having been pronounced in per minutes more, then woke up for good. feet health by Government physicians." He hail cone to bed at two o'clock la It is a simple, harmless preparation the morning, nfter teeing the old year that removes the catarrhal mucin from nut and the new year In, Jlmmle had the Intestinal tract and allays the In a special weakness for making love, llammatlon which cjuiej' practically The butler opened the door cautious- an sior..acn, liver and Intestinal ail ly and seeing that Jliunile was awake, ments, Including appendicitis. One entered the room uud advanced to the bed with a note In his baud. Jlmmle doe will convince ur money refunded, IS. E. McltOBERTS, Druggist. opened It and read: "Dearest Jlmmle: "I cannot wait a moment longer Ever.Falthful Horse. without saying to you that last night, It is the hore that bus fmislit the or this morning, you made me the hapin of the world nnd won our human piest girl In the world. I am djlng Iksldes be 1ms broken to sec you again; not In the whirl of ur prnlrles, sownthl. und harvested onr last night, but In our cozy library at rein, nnd delivered It lo the markets home, and tell you In n more formal f the world, lie has carried inehCi way that I return your love and shall f lctory and of sorrow, ami down to gladly bo your wife. he lime of Washington he nitiatltulf 1 "Your own loving, lie fastest mode of tuiiinmnli-atlo"Clam." mm ii. If we except only the inrrler .Igisin. Dumb Animals. Jlmmle was disturbed. He remembered sitting In a wltidow seat with Clara Dobbins, talking "maudlin" to her, as he expressed It, when others OtUn Dsstroyed by Fire. entered the room and Interrupted the Time nfter tiui'. tiejethcr with the Itut be had 1111 rememn rest of the clly of Morow, the brance of n proposal. While he was has been burned, ibe last ucratun vainly trying to recall what he hail lelng In 1S12 when It was occupied said to her the butler came In with y Xopoleim uud the Inhabitants of another note. the city themseltes Marled the "I thought there was no mall delivIn nil purls nt the clly. It ery today, lien," said Jlmmle. was Imbed these tires wblib forced 'There isn't, sab," replied Hen. the little cnipoml to commence his "These notes was brought to the house llsastrous retrent across the mow-loun- d by messengers." NiHhjIcou stepjies of l:.l"ln. Jlmmle opened the second note and ad his Jifadqtiarlrr In the Kremlin, read: mil while t'ie Humes were not mi "Dear Mr. Twining: there at In oilier purls of lha "I send this little note to say that :lty, yet tliey forced cuicui.tlou. I feel highly honored at your flattering words last evening, nnd regret thnt In such gay company I was prevented from making a suitable reply. I will say now, however, that If n week hence you are of the same mind, I will give you a favorable reply, Togctqnlclcrclief takcSf' Dr. Kings "Sincerely yours, Ne Discovery. Used 50 years. Checks "Kntbryn Itucgles." the cold. Stops the rough. Try it. "Well." Paid Jlmmle lugubriously, tll : . ooiu uyaa uresgists "If there are no more of them I nt least have nn opportunity to seHle with one before the week of probation ends. I'll get up, refresh myself with a bath, then proceed to think out a plan by which to extricate myself from this muddle." Jlmmle did n lot of thinking over the matter, but no plan occurred to him that would cancel his proposals The Evils of Conitipatioa without discredit to himself. He took Leaving waste material in the body no action till the next morning, when poisons the and Mood and he resolved to go see Miss Clara makes you luble to sick headaches, Itobblns, and trust to luck for an biliousness, nervousness and muddy outcome. After breakfast he teleskin. Try Dr. King's New Life I'ills. phoned Clara Itobblns, asking her Prompt relief. At all druggisls. when It would be convenient for her , that he should cull upon her. She named eight o'clock the same evening. During the nfternoon he received a note by mail from Miss Amy Drown, indicating that he had made a thin! proposal of marriage on the same occasion as the others. If n man owes a hundred dollars he can't pay. It worries him. If he owes a hundred thouand with nrf funds to meet his debt, he accepts the situation as Inevitable. It wus so with Twining. So long as he supMseil he had engaged himself to one girl be was very much troubled, when he discovered that he had engaged himself to three he considered himself u matrimonial bankrupt nnd his peace of mind was In a Measure restored to him. He set out after dinner to tackle Clara Itobblns with n roo In his button hole, and n cigarette between bis lips. What he would Kay to her he did not know. He must be guided by circumstances, it ii 1 he was conscious of possessing an adroitness suitable to the occasion. But circumstances were unfavorable to u happy e. He found Miss Itobblns alone In the drawing room nnd In flu beginning refrained from mention-Ju- g the subject between them. Ju4t as he was about to do to there u a ring nt (he ibh;r-belund who should be ushered In hut Miss Ilroun, who, liy the way, was n ilium of Miss Itobblns. MUs Ilrowu looked very con scious ut heeias Mr. Twining, and I there wus constraint over all. Though Jlniule was somewhat tuken aback by Miss Drown' coming he wus relieved fur the moment; since the subject mutter of Ids cull could not be discussed with u third person present. General conversation ensued for a abort time, when unother guest urrltcd In the person of Kuthrya Itug-gle- "tor LANC iSTEIt, .. KENTUCKY. Financial of Condition NATIONAL Tint i Of BANK, KY AT Rex Oarage A. 1). UHADSIIAW. Prop IUI Olllce over Stormea Drug Store. Hours 8 12 a.m. 1 t p.m. 7:30-9p.- INii, I.ANIMSTICI1, Kxeluslre nClll smMBiaiiaiwaSBBsaMM BUICK CARS rhone C6 Hardy Flowering tin Jin wit ii in i' ni' ur ii.tr i'roni ThBCIose orBusiness. Dec31 1917 Open Day and Night, Plants ans Bulbs hi, 1917 lo Juuiarj 7th, HKMII'IIL'ha. Uauaai..1.liMouiita IIM.TII 1918 Oirrdralia. I llliHTlirad I', t. I'ondadepoaliid io aretir.-lrUlwlty u lias.lll . ax Quick nnd Sntlsfnctory Service 00 a. on lismt I li.lauee other llia.i t.'H, Uoda IS.I0O mm mi I.leenaral ollertcd Iit elr'k tnu; luriouiut atoeka) oiriird tin- aim tiirtiitfil $2 00 worth of hardy plants and bulbs Iiis Ta t ollret.d he elrrk .s!osi in.aioio Ki 1.1,1c I'lnea enlleelrd l Jinl l,is M for tall planting rusii'Alli- - roronl Ha.tlu Trlrpliiiiie traiirhl.r ,a IU ,.1- -r e;.l i,l.l,.f,,iini IS) D. (1.00. Wille for particulars and KHKI Adams Kirraa franrlilae.. . M Valiiaol nankins bona. a ,,w 10 il"0 io s.raal MM l I.A NTanslblaT.t FAI.I, I'lOWEK HOOK, which tella I.KO 0,1 s,ltl to uri.ltiirrsnd flatnrra. rroceviletllllrene what to plant, bow to plant and when TsiaerolIreleO National Hank uote 10.T.HS7 UhIiiI rraaiaa, tb rrder- . I lleaarts Hank Ca.li Iu aanll and n.l Total lls.SMSI smountaduvfrom nation all.anla Office at Kalney a I.ivrry Stable. .felanilailurtrom bauks anil bauk. lllsllt'ltsKMKNTS. era. and Irn.t rnmi-anlaotb.r Sslsr j I Ur iViutiellinsu III Ou than IURRODSBURG, KY. Lnncnster. Kentucky ROUTE, P. " Usjur ;a iaj Total Included In llama Is. II A 1 If I TO at llrniall.lt. it, ,nd " ( lljfkH. .. . . Kvle l I.SH.SI8II " t'llr Altortisy slid I'ummli. Ion l.nrtkami I, .Ilka loralrd out' lisis side of rllf nrioau nl re- " Xl.r.bal. Testlna the Tatty. bank and olhar Ksirs III iu llr ea.li llama 1'nt's grniidinolher wns making bun I'sl'l or Uerlrle " . l.m is Tl'ra. ' in w n. ruudallh some molasses randy. ilotr, Irrss sinklnr i.Ovaco Kedcmidion duo from I' It. sTrra. nrer and a, Kn ml She let him taste It from the cold J la f'ltlin .Nslloiisl nsuk nutei, total " lnl.rr.1 water cup to see If It wns done. Ilnch U to Ho lime she would nk: "Is It bard For l onertce Crc.luga MABIUTIKa for Men and Hoys. Best by lest enough" nnd he would answer: "It's " rrrainr I riMiot rs ... rrlollnl in to (.'atdlatauiek raid in I M.ua) Oil Work sorplnaliind pretty ensy Jet." Every uir litinrantperi. aotiaioii " siren Kuu4. riiully Kl to Ulidlflded MnS IIIIO ro llaiam " l'Ir lir4rlmeiit I (II Amount faatrred lor laira arerntd II 1 " ilillncsirreis : s Urrnlallns Xotea ont.landlot froaaMU G. C. ' H.l.r. Trrs.nlrrllsial a y ii To Repair Frayed Shoelaces. auoiarl I'slii lloaritiil snirilMira 7 isj torhwk When the lag or end fastening IMI.MI la " lor sirrei ('Uanlna as; CerllSrU I'lireka . a wi ass lo mines off n (Imelace, take n little blnck " Jililsa Kra. llaailn Telei.bour . II on sealing wax and press It carefully ' Ilia, II. liltUri I'n M II " Hlnlaou, A laruau around the end of the Inceiind shapelt is laiaork'lsTtesr.CorsiTortlassasp.aai ' HaavMrn llusbra Hrua 19 S7 o n point. This will last n Ions time ' !. "assv. fa.hlrr of the " llanlliic . . l M nauad hank.dn a.,lrmiilr a.rar that lha .N,ta I. I. and does nwny with the iinnoyimce ot J'iif mtut In K ; allr I'Tf."! " ,ru """ ""'"lano.led,, Twsi eaae IS IS frn)ed lure end. s. c Uissr. Wtalars Klrrtrie HI VI W'orllitiiftou TumiiCu I.ms ro Suharrltn-rout and anrn to before me Ibla IS. It rUNERAL DIRECTOR " forlotflortnslorn al I si tfarolJaultls. w f Ih.mj.. hnra.. .. Spartan Feminine Polie. I. I X Ftalth. la 00 Office Over National Hank. W aler Tram I. rrr.) lo l..''.!;l"'rn,'lle- Worla rund Our Idea of xle erystalllted Into Mr SSrt lal Coaa.rT-AlIc- .I Collretor .... " Tai Ucsidence t'hone 3. Office Phone 27 di'llnlte fonil when n perfect M, ah ) 00 aa.aMrilsirai.d w w riii.nT i Trnmii ti4liles; It M iuot a stranger to us. with whom wr ' ll V. MHkjr Maann Itooaa l.ANCASTKIt, KY. J K arosaiia. Ml.. ra) NO Jtllreelora. Imflxni'd to lie luiirhlng, Inndiertentl W m Jnliiiaiin. Iiotm lair AISI II llssat.) la, 3 ' - skin down her deeolle- Mra Malllr lisnean.nirrrliarse ilmppeil ii grainlata) U T Mallard. Jr .en. In Monorj ig- - nnd, except for one slight and id i lisneaar . I '.VI REPORT OF THE CONDITION Illiiil iiiijit'rvriHii'ii- - milis11 l"'r f.mrral (rwflnl. .. is rs sl;n of nervous disturbance as long in llaUne oa ltas.1 as ti -- ir tni i.e were around. Ohio State Journal 31 Total For Fall Planting 'singer, the florist IIMIUI-- I'".'.,""" "."Otsl lt,inda, utilrdrd iaperrsulaiidli,rraiilis.i oou Www) 10 Or. Win. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes COX, Manse,Ky ... l.ll,t... ni .... J. A. Beazley ,u :ll H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Faint Lick, Kentucky Hon&ker Fine Cut Flowers. Nature's Error, Sufferer writes us that If noture had Known wbat sbr was nlNiut when sjif tuaile limn. i.!i. would have given lilm two noses one to have u cold In ami one for general utility Then you could eel the llrt on. amputated (ns In the rne of ioulls or an appendix) nnd llu romparatlvely happily eier after, W't will eall nature's nttrtitlnn to It. lit' change. Women Catch Flth With Hands. I'lshlng In Samoaii sens Is often done by the women, and without nets, boats or hooks. They simply wade Into the water and form thcmsFlws Into u ring. The !lhes being so plentiful, they are almost sure to Imprison some In the ring. Thee women are very quick and artlie, and every I line they catch a (lh with their bands they simply throw It. alive. Into the basket on their back, llS.Ctl TI.K WOHKS llr.VKM'K ItKrEIITH IUtaHtfaou I U II Water Mil M ItaMafrnd trnm tithwltl Tumi I IW W W bal Citizens National Bank or litNTAHTKH, KV Tola) I'lSIIUHsKUK.NTi'. ll.sai I AT TIIK Coal A M Stl. a sslai v KuiIhw ealary IrSMIw.) Kttra i;naliiarli.. . . Irala-hl...- . .... ' SA0l &MI U Close of Boiicrn, du 31, 1917 TTIsalW 17 l.i iti ;t Iiftii SI 7 KKHOUKCf.S. I'lttaburiU A M for Coughs s Colds John M. McRoberts. Itaarldvit Ilroa Slaodarrtllll I'c, Matlort I'ailss IV, Kf MrlatCs . . Nallooal Metarf'o . IVa.lrvliaiilbvrlC.i . ratlitl' il.trr (i m lis i:i t si mi nil V3 and ils?uuut UvtrrfrafUaaxttrM tfttM ft v unrnirn I 'T w" U.n HuuttaitcioottrO to rvur ir rnlalMiniat lft(ti IJWilr Iamii Knutrt., Qit- - 0(tt4 Bltwll X iT J.E. EDWARDS, M.D1 Phone 365-- alr.au,I llasllav I ii. Unriavu ,i Vm .... HallllTrlabowrra Lanraatrr lloair MHla feterebaraai Ihlllpe Hr.M i nio, Iss i is pi t'lia. Ilalrtoln I'slDllns Toser I alr and balr... ulna iimp Ralanetoa hand Total Atleat I. N ST iu to. rM a n l Iu taalt ami lift atriaUbli IT Ml "Hi irom naiiuaal lMHh '.i to Nm ami due from Uukk..i.. Uiii rri. and irn.t rt.miat.lra uibtr 11 To a Itiatl lucJndaa1 11 II an. It IM I I it II.SS.' OS is f U Ul l. ra, nWriii4io alu of hankinr hoc Ualul rr.orta wtlti frArtl rtniabd VftOie lrctiirlrnl f hft tUk bl (Ml (.lt1fil,j l.MV Ou Cb U, 17 BUCKEYE, KY. MII.I.KK lUMOMIN Ihturiaonollirr lanht luibvaam cm? vr town At irKrllnf I fit rial ItaalH ll.M til Toul n( llimi jt, i. u.'jr I'lerk. Uor KMaropilreMland with IT. M. Trra- utwr muQ qua i mm v it. Titumir ToTJt ... CaialtalaUKkfMiM Iu s in IX kt. rr Clrrnlailrr Noicanuuiamlluc inuiTiuiiiiucuiia tn I'nulTlded nroflta. a burtlufubd I t 00 CM bPJMV Total TOBACCO TO THE inaniiauk dritstiii auljtrt to Uwrw, Ilrma 11, U, . jW. .iT,M,5aBd40 .. tVrJJLjn rllflsata of depovll lolb? r for thnof tnnfi taikrrnwaedl Total tlmtt drpoalu, aul)fft tn lifni It. VU.W , llaod II dmin1 driHt, (eihf at in l(rni, I hi HTiTKor Kkntl'ck Y t'oruTT or tliHiiiRD.cai t. W r rham.,04lilar uf lha lior iiatnrd bank, du wi)ainnl awearihal aUiT alalv mrni la trut la tlia txi nt tny knoladir and W P. Cliatup. LVihlr tHel KllLrrhd aud awnrii In taaafiira. malhl. kik day of Jan .v C. Innjr. Notary fnbllc. Mr (.ommlilliiti LiiilrpB January It roaaai-AUrrt: l.iwi.LWutu HUNTERS TAKE II, F HlTfiN, ) Director. Lancaster Warehouse STANFORD STREET. NOTICE. 1 Tobacco C. A. Miss Ituggles was the spnrk that caused an explosion. She regarded hlin contemptuously: "Mr. Twining," the said. "I have concluded to end a certain matter between us now and here. It Is not necessary to wait o week. Your proposal la declined." proposal)" MI. asked "What Brown, proposal)" asked Miss Bob"What bins. Well, It was all out that Jlmmle had proposed to the three of them. They attacked him In force, and Jlmmle tried to escape. But Mlm Bobbins locked the door oa him and be found himself called upon to decide between them. He took a coin from his pocket to toss for a decision; whereupon the girls burst Into a laugh, and the farce was over, Tbey had compared notes, and thus learned of Jlmmle' triple proposal. ii 1 We Pay the Highest Market Price and Unload the Same Day. No Commission Charged. Phone 308. BRANCH! HOUSE AT MORELAND AND mm PAINT LICK, KY. Thli ARreemeiit Witnessetli; That in order In iirutvct t).u nam on our lands for n period of tlirre ett wr Und ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor in permit anybody else to do ro, and wt with further ai;ieo to all persona who violate the game lawa of Kentucky or trespass upon our for thn purpose of hunting. And further BKree to act aa Deputy rdens for the purpoto of car JJIOmne MinlnuouUl agreement. Except each i thai i of us have rluht to kill rahhlls un W (our .'arms or penult It to lie done by Q another under our supervision, or the &j supervision of some resonsibl and reliable leraon selvc'td by ua. This NowinVr ISIb, 1515. !. I, U'kin, J, IO. Itoblnson. W, II, Drown, M. I'u nn. loo. m W. II. Ilurtou, Alex Walker'. T. A. Elliln, 3 llasiili. llros.. V. M. Tinder, SJ j. ii. Dulton, 'John iII. Smith, w Iaikkii Hubble, .1. N. Hon, G. it. Deilion, W Ki.her llcrrlnK, II. II. Cox, J. W, Sweeney, U Hughe. llrii. Withers llroa. W. M. Mahon, William, Marcus and Jim While. D. V. Wilmot, J. I). Tope, J. Conn, Mrs. David Chenault, rV. Klmvre, W. It. Cook, Itaiikln, T. HufTman Broa, 5am Cotton, Wm, 0. Anderson. W, 11. Moia i 1, oi. rrnoiu, jx, It. E. Henry. J no. M. White, I I) llradsliaw, A. Urluht Ilerrinir. It. L. Darker. Bcott HufTinsn Wm. and Uzzie Ouatott St ft Hi; ml a The CantraljRacord, Thursday, TRADE BODIES COMMEND WAR Jan! 7, 1918. 1 TO PROTECT MUSKRAT Most Valuable Fur Animal in tho United States. Whether It Shall Be Protected or Destroyed Depends on Ita Behavior Sometimes It Does Considerable Damage. (Prepared by the United Slates Department of Agriculture.) Whether the mutkriit, the mot vain-Mil- " fur anlninl In the United States, fholl be protected or destroyed npon Its behavior. In some clr- cutnitances this animal becomes detrimental nnd Is responsible for considerable damage to growing crops, Irrigation ditches, tnllldnms, etc. Where tho nnlmal Is not trnuhlctnmo, biologists of tho U, H, department of ngrlculturo sugget that It bo protected and trapped for fur. liven where the an(mal lias become somewhat of n pest. As numbers often may he kept down by trapping, while the sale of pelts makes such activities profitable. Often crops may be protected by the erection of wire-mes- h fences between them nnd thn innrvh or pom! where the animals live. Sudi fences should reach nt least six Inches beneath the Mirface of tho grounil to prevent the muskrut burrowing under. Where the nnlmals prove troublesome by causing breHks In etnlinnk-menl- s, dams, and In the sides uf Irrigation ditches, probably the most practical remedy Is to employ n trapper anil hunter to patrol tho property both night nnd day. In narrow waterways barrel trups have proved efllclent In cntihlng large numbers of thce Ily erecting more permanent works, owners of embankments, dams, etc., may guard against Injuries to their property by muikrnts. A more general use of concrete, for example, has greatly minimized such troubles. The more liberal ue of gmvel or carse sand for the surface of embankments has been found effective, since the nnlmals will not bin row In Mill that tills the hole as fast as they open It. Destruction of uiuskrnts, where this Is desirable, us well us their protection, which Is In mint cases advisable. Is discussed In n recent Farmers' No. SO), of the United States department of agriculture. Copies of the bulletin may be had free as long as the supply lasts by application to the United Stales depaitinent of agriculture, Washington. MAKE PATHS THROUGH SNOW ADMINISTRATION Nation Wide Approval of National Security League's Resolution Indorsing Work ol Con jrcss. relief In these days or champ of dlsloialty and crlllclitn of public officials la supplied bjr the National Security league In a resume of reiolutlom commendatory of tha work of the Special War Congres s, tl.e 1'resldent, tbo Cabinet and the L'oun ell of National Defense passed by trade associations, chambera of com inerce and other commercial bodle In all parti of the country. Thl action by mmpartUan organisations, rcprt-rentlpractlcally'evcry branch of business In the United States, la brine taken In response to their clrcularlzi' tlon by the Hrcurlty league following the passage of a resolution alone the tame line by III Managing Commit lee. The Indorsement of the acta of the rarloua agenclri of the national government toward the aggressive and efficient prosecution of the war In eluded In the Security league's resume cornea from Texas, North Dakota, Montana practically every atate In the Union and from organisations ranging from the Illlnola drain Deal era' Association and the National Leather Association to the Chambers of Comnierrri of Hault Sle. Marie, Mich, and I'ort Arthur, Texas, The Security Learue'a letter to the rnnimerclal bodies reada "The, Managing Commltteo of the National Security league haa patted the following resolution, to which we Invito your apeclal attention "Keen Appreciation." "'nesolved. That wo urge the branchea of the National Security lingua and all public bodlea toeipress to Cnngrraa a keen sense of apprecbv tlon of the splendid ronitructlTe work done by oar senators and repreienta lives In enacting legislation to pro-tidlor the effective conduct of the war. "And be It further resolved, That we point out that the. remarkable record of Congress In this regard, together with the wonderful work being done by the President and Cabinet and Council of National De. fenae l auch ea to merit the gratitude of the public and In fact of all liberty lorlng reoplea throughout tne world It la but fair that opportunity be taken to fully convey to them these senlb mcnta of the American people. Those oho know their work will be Inspired by the splendid example of their oltl rial representatives to render the larg est meaeure of Individual effort and sacrifice. The quality and unity of service that haa been rendered to the nation during the past few months regardless of party lines. Is unparal leled In history "Kindly permit i to suggest that approval by your organization of thl resolution would he a distinct public service at tbla time when the govern ment and every one allied vlth It nee! and deserve the slncerest support and of all cltliens. Will )ou Inform us of the passage by your body of thla or a similar resolution t" H. J. Small, manager of the Chamber of Commerce of Iewlstown. Mont will wrltea that he hopes the "place thla resolution where It will do the most good." An encouraging Still Running High on The Danville Tobacco PRICES ISO Breaks-Ave- rages Still Soaring and Growers Highly Pleased. The following are a few crops t hat brought good prices in fact every crop sold brought fabulously, high prices: at :)7. at Ml. 225 unds 325 pounds Sutton and Beasley of Garrard county: pounds at $12, 220 iwumli at $31 ICO pounds at $3C. 185 pounda at $42. 255 pounds at2$ll. l'J'i pouud, at $11. Total Average for Crop, 2.i pounds at 3.1c. 50 pounds $37.04 80 pounds A. B. Brown, Jr., at 30c 45 pounds at 40c. 40 pounds Garrard county at IGc. at 23i. 85 pounds atplc. 2 ounds at I Sc. Total Average for Crop, hO.'poUnds $36. 180 at 127,50. E. L. & E. W. Barker, Garrard County. 200 pounds at $3ii. 235 pounda at $11. poundst;$SI. 175 pounds ntl$J0. Total Average for crop, $39.60 HO iounds 203 pounds at $3t. at $32. 175 pounda .15 E. G. Sewell, of Boyle County $35. 27c. 1 at pounds at 15 pound) at $39. 1G5 pounds at $40. 100 pounils'nt $30. 40 pounds Ht"l2c Total Average for Crop pounds at $.15. 235 pounds at $28. 2.V $39.79. )) poundsnt $11. 110 pounds'at $31.50 Tanner and League, Lincoln County. 145 iounds 210 pounds at at $28 CO $13 M 235 pounds nt $3J. 4C5 pounds at $23. pounds at $35. 200 pounds nt $17. .'ISO Total Average for Crop, 1 $30.71 32c Wl pounds at 40c Christman Bros., of Boyle county at 315 pounds at 41c 435 pounds 220 xjurds at 35c Morris Dean of Boyle county 215 pounds Aversge $36.6 1 . AVerage-$37.75 at 39c 150 pounds nt 40c PEOPLES AI.LKN 11 TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Incorporated COMPANY El ATT, Assl Mtfr Walnut Sirrct Warehouse. JOHN S. VAN WINKLE. Secretary. JESSE W OVERSTREET, Asst.fgr People's Tobacco Wnrehoiue. I. M. Dunn, President. Wrong Side Up. "Why didn't ynu loss u eidn to decide which to dor "I did, but the darn thing didn't route down the way lttilTulii llvpress. I wanted It to." I Danville, Kentucky. Nature la Outwitted. llio man who Invented the pcwlns ihlr.c mlileu'd what he wiih after ii ho Mopped trjlns to Imitate the I..1H hand. If joutn Into u factory it will " machines ilnln; thliiK liUli only human (.kill could do but n '"it time nco, but the proccxMn are ;,:ic different from the manual mcth-- i The Inventors have ils.cn superior ' the formulae that nature would ..ii to have laid down for them. Little Difficulty Experienced If Farmer Will Take Time to Little Plow. There Is little difficulty making paths through the snow nround the house and barns If the farmer Is equipped with n snow plow. In an hour n path ran be made as lung ns n horse can walk In that time, writes C. II. Ilrashear, Missouri College of Agriculture. plow can A home-mad- e be built Willi very little trouble. It consists of two - lncli planks nnilnl together in n V shape, with suitable braces between. The diagram shows a snow plow made of two planks, 2 by 12 Inches by Word From Brer Williams. Climbing. "Pny as you go" Is mighty pood You enn clliuh mi higher than Jujl principle, but do price lint cut J0U wltti your feet, but with jour mind goln' en fast jim (lc throw Vm do1 j on may Inherit eternity. A Japanmoney am liolhr: "Keep do change I" ese Philosopher. Atlnnln Constitution. Kissing. Aspen Wood for Matehec AsH"ii wimmI Is used uliiut exclusively In making matches In Sweden na It Is rai-llcut nnd porous ciiougli to be readily Impregnated with sulphur or pnnillln. Rabbit Hair Supplanta Wool. Itnbblt hair Is supplanting wool In the felt hat making Industry of where there uro thirty fnrtniles In operation nt present making ue of rabbit fur for this iwrioe. It Is enlil In bo miierlor to the ll'iesl merino, and millions of rabbit skins uro made use of uimunlly. An optimist holds this pleasant pros- The undersigned hereby pve warning to all peraona not to trespass upon our landa tor any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful lsst extent of ih" law, Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. It. - Klkln HI & N II Price S. C, Itlcsby. J. C. Hliraby. Mrs. Kmma Higginbotham. Mrs. J. Wade Walker. James 51. While and wife. We will add other names for 25 cents cash. POSTED pect out to engaged couples: "UnmarMarried couples klsa nnd torsive. ried couples kiss nnd declare, n truce while the heavy artillery Is being iitov-c- il up." Kansas City Star. Strict regulation, l'reemnn was visiting nt his grandpa's home, nnd ns ho was n mischievous little (hap, wits cousiniit'y being told, "Don't do this," nnd "Don't do that." riunlly, with n look of disgust on Ids face, hn cllmlied till Into u clmlr Uud nsked, seriously, "What am u fella j0 in this liouwi unywnyl' LUS1TANIA MEDAL 9 9 0 9 Fighting! The money in the banks of our country Is working constantly to aid the government in every way that money can help, to win Natural Caa. Natural ens Is probably formed In by n proofs of natural disearth tillation from the iinlmnl tun! vegetable remains of past ceolnclcul epochs, and Ih nearly the Mini' product us Is il o from coal In the retorts of gas fnetnrles, only tntcaii of the heat of llivs the Internal heat of the earth, lil'h'd perhaps by chemical decompnsl-tlon- , Handy Plow for Snow. has caused Its formation on n innpiltlcent ccale. 0 feet long. These are beveled and nailed together lit one end, nnd two braces made of 2 by GMnch stuff are and Emotion. .rteason Hoards an ualliil between them. VL.it n mysterious tunlllet that I nailed over the top to help brace and: ecu the reasoning power, whh' to furnish n place for tin? driver to pointing out the right road, am! ride, A hole Is bored through the emotlnual faculty, sides where they Join and a singleIi to draw one ulung the tree fastened on. One horse pulls the 1 ..g road. Indulging the wrong hnb- - plow without difficulty. luny.s makes the upnard path so Ii stts'iM-- r uud the doumvnrd path CLEANLINESS IS GREAT HELP i .ucli easier. How fortunate that i Is whoso falc steps are arrested Sanitary Surroundings as Essential ii friendly touch of common scne for Animals as Proper Nourish.'.Iseil In n llafeh of entire I SI ment for Them. i :e Held. lie 9 9 9 the war. Money carried In your pocket is of no use to any one. It Is your duty to deposit all you can spare ai.d let .your money 9 9 work. We appreciate a bank account, no matter how small and will make you feel at home doing business with us. Total assets over Three Hundred Thousand Dollars. 9 9 9 9 Nova Scotla'a Fish Army. vii Scotia Is literally "the land of -- cod, herring, mackerel and the f iillmcoro or tuna. Nova Srotln much n land of fish, says n writer. h It produces over the of the entire Canadian catch, or :.S5l worth. Kvery tiny Imveii : d tho cxtenMve Illuenose I.mil t harbors fishing aiuncks galore, Lunenburg, Cuiiso, l.tveriool t'hester oro homo orts for liun dcep-sebauklng ' of iiiers. Proper nourishment unci clean surroundings ore helpful In combatlnir nnlmal diseases, reeding balanced ra tions will tako care of tho nourishment factor. The University of Missouri college of iigrlculliire regards clean nnd snnlturv surroundings ns essential ns proper nourishment. Drainage of quarters, ventilation, keeping sheds nnd stalls free from tnanure. dut and other rubbish, u liberal use of lime and other disinfectants and eternal war on parasites will reduce tha veterlnarv bill to the mlumuni. SAVE EVERYTHING ON FARMS Remember us when you have money. memoration of tha sinking of tha Lutltanla, above reproduced, la In the poaaeaalon of Or, Henry Van Dyke, of Princeton, N. J., former Minister from the United Statea to Holland. It was obtained for him by an Amsterdirectly from dam antiquary Germany In ltXf. M and Flowers In Cooking. Trench Canadians lire suit! to o ucld tlowers of I ho redbud, or The exemplar of the medal atruck by the aermans In com- Peoples Bank Paint Lick, Kentucky. a live, lu suluds, while tho buds y tider pods ure packed In locust pods, often locally d "honey-ahucka,- " contain u sweet-thiccheeselike pulp, which Is I eaten. Those of the mesqulte I; tho Mexicans nnd Indians i ii nutritious food. Tho Creoles Louisiana, famous for their cook-- . nre reported to use the young is of tha sassafras ax a substitute okra to thickening soups. a i Whole Nation Cannot Afford to Have Food Wasted Everybody Must Learn to Conserve, nemembcr that tho question Is not whether you personally may feel that you can afford ta waste food, the point Ii that the nation cannot afford to havo any food watted by anybody. Feedlnj Alto a Factor. It la not breeding alonu that la co ins to deterralno tho future usefulness of the cow, but It mutt bo opDcrtel by liberal feeding, dally, care and carts ful observation. J fhe Central Record, Thursday, Jan M4tMfMM FARAIEK'S COLUMN i Diaw A Check - (W Bcif Ihey knmv In" for tlic miiiiry youove mid note how much more res- pectfully out creditors you They like to do business with ii man who has an account n( the Garrard Bank open mu!' mi will gro.v !' right. i c & iw. hesitiiittt for is esclu I7f i w itun liorner tiibttTlWr. mil It for ou ,mcV Ain and iii- li linn .he M.e i'f tmii' a, lite Isimer rsunol afford to Uer ilt si nm!? l'l ."t cfie.1 am lour L.iim ol thr Inf.. ml nllt Wttlilrlii ii inn, Ire olcluuse FOU SAt.B Two good jacks. J F. Adim. Lancaster. Ky. e.rS. I, ' M 9, lo save 1- - 17, 1918. SHERIFFS SALE FOR DELINQUENT I. O.'.T. Ballard. rard count, will on TAXES. Sheriff of Gar- Jr., Trust Co. d.inp huine!' in husirtu like way, Better mil even il jour nlfnlr ere nul .arge. Tlr (I FOIl SALE- - Four Bed Duroc mate hogs. Weight 150 p.)unil. j J. II. Thompson. I'rencheraville. KOIt SALE: Uiver Isittum cultivated lump seed. This seed won first prlie nt Agriculture Fair Dec. 1st. I!. I). McMutlry, llunui Vista Ky. For Sale A few extra good j moth Brurzfl Turkey, l'hone 40-- J tin J Sulton, llr niitnvill. Ky. I Th- - f iff .H Brink & Trust Company 2- 3- ' walnut bed nnd mattress, anil two Walnut bureau. Phone 151. Miss Fannie West. FOR SALE-One i nave a nuniuvr . ...... .man. wora mules- lu- f ... get the pick. 1 01 pane m kuwii l. oiu- - .uivi -- J. I. Hamilton. 4-- suiter ineat fish beans use more - fkts use Just enough S. wheat com use more Monday, January 28lh, 1918 same being County Court day, offer for sale at the Court House door, at r, ICy., the following real properly returned delinguent, rame being the amount due for state county and school tixes, for the ear 1917 and 1910. Said sale to begin at 1:00 o'clock standard time. The names of those paying before that time will he stricken from the list. H.T. HAM.AKn.JH.. Sheriir of (iarrard Co. January 3rd, 1DIK. No I White llrown, Walter & Ethel tia llurdett. Walker 9a $ I'AINT LICK f, wa (vliilinit his mother this week.; fZZXZ . School openeil Mondav with n amall on account nf the bad attendance Mr O. C. ituoker J use syrups DELICIOUS CORN MUFFIfiS. (rimes, James 1'a weather. Mr and Mr The Isdon air' (!en-ev- a were cuests of Mr Uiudom parents the pait veek. Mr. nnd Mrs. K. S. Franklin, of Winchester, weio the quests of Mr. ana Mrs 0. M. Treadwoy from Saturday until Monday. The coal situation is atill unsettled here, the streets being tilled all day with teams and waguna waiting for Before yon decid; ane e.T.gn, examine the Columbia. Strongly "Old Henry" to bring in the coal. built of the btt :'.: Material tho Culumbu.1 wagon givea the most F.ight members of thr- lted Cmm satisfactory service Iff t' - Ijnr, -- t ;i riod of year.". Tlura is no secret in chapter met with Mrs F II. Smith notedly lor:; iifo of Via Cotarobui waor, It is the result of the the Each member ttok a on Thursday. methods employed In c .r.btruelkm. There is no wool in this wagon lunch and quite a profitable in tt ell as (.bolter fruit: one 1 t o years. which lias net been ui.di a pleaant day wat spent, 127 nauze Tho axlea iJ.J t..e r.ixes ai tlio wh?ela era bxk.-.r;-the hounds, compresses being cut and folded, 'f he i bolsters and tijidftaa-- J) are oak, mid th- straight of the box j next incetinK will be with Mrs. Hice grained Daulrx ,m. T e km jtwt a few vam;,!ca of the earn which Is Woods onTuetday. There ii plenty of taken to inakb this mtgoq as poaai'jl. is that the nHit'e. The re.ult yarn on hand now and new material Cuhinibus wafon i, lrlv.iiHa in reliability and endurance. Come in for hospital shirts and all are ietUestd and exar-i- n ou .ill Ira pleaded. it far j- - .m '.i. Vo V.io j to come and assist in this work r rz ; . ; . Mr and Mra M I. N'oe have the sympathy of the entire community in the death of their oungest son, Albert, who died III Chicago of Scarlet fevor Saturday. Albert joined the navyi six weeks ago and the newa of his his family ' came Phone 27. Bryantsvllle, Ky. death many as a aurpiKe tn 25 vears J friends. He was and 0 d and was very po ular with all who urrangemeiiti J Funeral knew him. STANFORD A Question. i have not been completed. wo tet illmnleH tnatenil ai Whv don't Mr. George Davis died In a hospital! Courlcr-JcumaHon. and Mm. William Shanks wrlnkleal-Loulav- llle in Tennessee Monday where he went At . left lust week for While SpriiiRH, fin. t - l).t..l.. j 10 umlergo an operation iur iik" Productlon of Talc. Mr- - W. A. l.'nru;i, who has been III Xfw York proiluce more than halt disease, lit was a ion of Mr. Join is for seveial wtcU wlih njsii-elous- . if the talc In the t'nllid Slates, with Davis of this section and was about imprqvlnu- 'rrmcnt In second place. zt years old. He had been in baj health for some tune but his condition Mrs. Frank Pniilip has rcturred ' so that his alarming hoin after a visit to hr mother, Mrs. Qreen Dje. not wns The Juice of the stnlk nnd leaves ol death came as a shock to his family Emma Daniels at l.mrusler. lllea Is used to dye woolen stuffs. I an(1 f,Cnds. Mr. Davis Is survived On last Mond.iy the new county of. nilnnt nnd permanent green. wlfe wl0 wa, Mta Ajjle B01ljn ly ficlals were snui-- t the pbces they 'and a large family of brothers and were elected to in November. Fools the Pickpockets. sisters. (Jeorge T Wifvl, who was elected An automatic clamping device pre- policeman bv the recently eltctcd coui ill wallet falling from u man's ii ncilis row on duty ui.d it lillii'g the MK'ket and even will defy pickpockets place in a very .iceptablo manner. .tin do not know how It Is operated. l." I'hlllips. Mr. and Mrj, Tb.nu.s the newly wills have ie:uri.ed lii.ine Flames That Give OK No Heat. V auJ aie now domiciled at Mis. W. U. Kclcntlbt. who I keeping .. detuIN O'ilaiiiiuii'a. claims be has n H.inie derUeil from lectric-'.- . Mra. J 0. Cmpenler bin been iliWd that will uot give oiT arnonp; Ibe giirpe sufferer Her .r diugliter, "!rs Carpenter, of Pump With Ho Valves. Lexington, j btiii with ler. I'nr'piiniplng heavy llijiild u WV1h toB Mra W. A Tiiubio-nu- l daughter, Te'itor hna designed n ooinhhied plaMi Dorolln, Irft wiek for it mid rotary pump with no valves Atigelis. Cs'lfori.ij, Alire Ihey will l run he easily clotrsrcd. per.d r'lxe morllm. .V'.'j. 'J'ril'ble has rot hern in gcoj ,tulth "" The Moment of Triumph. . Mrs, Jehu Illicit, who has been ill One After knows when he ha wi.n' argument until he honra hi nwu for somn I line U able to be up, her ol nil il many ftleinii tire glad In know. Hcrl rlewx advanced by the mini who blether, Mr, llurdelt Itamaey, r I.an- -' ijiuU themt. six inoulh before. St. caater, wa t see h- -r last weeir, j Depulv Cullecto. II. !. Saufley of I Cake Annoyed Him. this city, nnd Mr I'aul (JoaMdrd of Hiigene, who Is Just heglunlng to' the incime tax men. for this learn he should nut eat cake before founts', have been liert for a week or. Ida iiniil, was Keated 11 the ttihle when , suddenly he snw 11 rake on the buffet ! if Invc bfn kept o;jlte bJsy, and remarked: "Oh, niyf Tover up Miss Su Rout, who lias been book' dat take till I eat my tutoes." erper for Severance & Sun for some' . ears has accepted a miilnn with tt u With the Unusual. inoohi County National Ban'.:. She ' It I the unusual event that gives ill be irreatly mlsl at her former To unusual perbon u LANCASTER, KY. place. el the unexpected with derision nnd furnl-- , In the sign of the Iruder. lVnce and Hill, the well known il elleiieB turu men of this city have rented the, f )ou cau take responsibility when Is suddenly thrust upon store room adjoining the one that thev j are now occupying and will move into ton and do your very best with u 'lenr head, you are the sort of person It shortly. Severance and Son have n ho will achieve a permanently rerented the'.room now occupied by the sponsible position. And It la the reHIGHEST PRICES PAID furniture men and will move to it sponsible posltlous that are well paid .ml Interesting. Exchange. ItsirihlsKe Mttd m Day Uvme4 U CO. JOHN WHITE & No Cemmisiion to Pa Who Gets the Klsst LOUiaVILL,KY. "Since you worked jour examples to WrU. for Pile. LUt tad VI CJJppias Tacf nicely, said the pretty teacher, "1 Ltkeral assart aM at give you a kiss." "Teacher, I shall ad fvll vain M' M. Sabel & Sons dido t know there was tq be a reward." In ivj far .FURS responded the honest urchin. "It's only ik N fjOUUVILLCKY. fair to tell you that my big brother did Bfl Hltfaaaa them ium."-IJf- e. and serve the cause oOreedom U.S. FOOD ADMIMSTHATION llardwick, Frank 20a HardwicK, Mrs Noah 3a Herron, I. E 1 tl Same, 19HI l'restnn, Msrshal 20a No 1 Colored Anderson, Alex 1 tl Same, 191(1 Anderson, (Iran 5a llesxley, Andy 1 tl Maniy, Itruce (nr) I II " Bright, llurdett 2a lllard. Hill 1 tl llurdett. Jim 4a Dunn, Narcissus 1 tl llatrif. W II 1 tl Hemphill, Anna 1 tl Kavanaugh, Martha 1 tl Lewis, Steve llrs Ca Merritt, Wm llrs 1 II Salter, Martha 1 tl Williams, James 1 tl No 2 White Ely, Mra Hettie fita (iilines. Hen (nr) 10-Cri hsin, It II 1 a Huffman, I 'fire (nr) 41a MiJdleton. J Y (nr) 15a Preston. J T la Slaile, C II (nr) 45n Sutherland. Mrs J A 10a Scott A I) wife, school la. Stotts, W II lira 25a St)ws, Kay la 97 7 G2 fi 30 10 27 2 2T 39 "3 40 7tl 4 10 .HI fi ft 30 fio 2fi It (1 rco HIILHILLOO DIOUUIIO ,ur.-r- , .. 30 2 3.1 4 33 G tsl 4 ;iS fi fi Don't Buy a Wagon Until You Have Seen the Columbus c 9, 30 4 31 2 Ci 8 2.S 2 32 3 97 fi 30 33 Hi 1ft fi7 h V, 2U h7 3 05 fi 3D 4 10 C Parcheil cnrnmeal Is the feature of these exiellent wheatlehs hlsrinli. First, I lie voramrnl one-hal- f n rr.-- Is put In ii shallniv nn placet tn the oen and stirred fmpieiitly until It Is a delicate hnmn. The other linre-illen- ts nro n tenlHH)u of salt, a clip of iKMintit butter mid o.ie and a half cups of water. .Mix the peanut hut-ter- , water nnd salt and heat. Wlillii lhl mixture Is hot stir In the meal which should nlo b tint. Heat thor-nu;hThe dough ahoulil be of such consistency that It can he dropped from a spoon. Hake In small rakes In an uni;rrned pan. This makes 111 biscuit, each of which contains one-six-th protein. of an ounce-i- t Here's nn old f..rhlonei ABMY la Is es' 1000 TED Five to nine years old. Weight tu 1200 pounds. W. B. muilliis take on illmrt inllk, six ounces Imtter sulistltute, twelve ounce of IlKht sjrup or honey, four ecg". pinch of salt, two ounce baking Niwder. one and n half ixiuniU cnrnmeal and one and a half pound no flour. The No 2 Colored Imtter and syrup ahniiM he thoroughly iiiUiiI; then add the ejus grnduatly. Caldwell, Harrison la four In the milk and add the r)e lliitir Dunn, Tom lira 2a I dxed with cornmeal Oarnett, Wm lira la and halting Kennedy, Bet llrs 3a Segar, William & Sister la Simpson, Geo 4a Jones, Hock 3a No 3 White Arnold. El )a Sam 1U10 Burton, Worlon )a u faco tho fact. The war situation Is critical. Clouie. Jim 23a Unless tho Allies fight as they never yet have Fain, Mis Mary E 130a Huna;ry men cannot fight fought, defeat threatens. Irviii, Sallla 3a at their best; nor hungry nations. France. EnRland, Lemay, E 4a and Italy are going; hungry unless we feed tncm. Ulnar, Sallle 82a Wheat Savings They must have wheat. It Is the Mathews. Ollls 14a best food to fight on. It is the easiest to ship. We Murphy, Sam 93 a alone can spare it to them. By saving just a little Navlor, Herbert la less than a quarter of what we ate last year we can Osborne, E 23a support those whq are fighting our battles. And we Kay, J It 79a can do it without stinting ourselves. Wo have only Scrarbrough, Herbert 2a to substitute another food just as good. Wheeler, II II 25a W II Whitaker 10a The Corn of Plenty Corn is that food. There's a No 3 Colored surplus of it. Providence hns been generous in the hour of our need It has given us corn in such bounty jKenfio, Wilson 3a as was never known before. Tons of corn. Trains He) notds, Johnson ta loads of corn. Five hundred million bushels over and Warren. John Ca above our regular needs. All we have to do is to I Warren, Joe lfta learn to appreciate it. Was ever patriotic duly made No 4 Will to so easy7 And no clear' Alma. A C (nr) 227 a America's Own Foot! Cornl It is tho truo American j Bsgby, C C (nr) WX) a food. Tho Indians, hardiest of races, lived on it. Brock, Carlo SOa Our forefathers adopted the diet and conquered a Brock, Einmett 20a great section of our country it continent. For a Brock, Jet CO. well tho South has blong cen the start" of life. How Brock, John 100 a history tells. Now it can help America fought on it. Hill. T M 12 a world war. win a Helton, Carr J Hotinan, J M ICu Learn Something Corn! It Isn't one food. It's a Holmes, Sam 10a dozen. It's a cereal. It's a vegetable. It's a bread. Hopkins, Frank 25a It's a dessert. It's nutritious; more food value in it, King. Ceo la dollar fot dollar, than meat or eggs or most other j King. Wm (nr) 150 a vegetables. It's good to eat; how gootl you don't I .stub, Sam l)a properly cooked. know until you've had corn-brea- d Letcher, Dr (nr) 100 a Be3t of all, it's plentiful and it's patriotic. j Mason, Bros 200 a "1 Corn's Infinite Variety How much do you know about I'aiker, Mra Lucy ICa corn? About how good it is? About tho many Ponder, Arther (nr) 79 a rum inumns that linn recently lioeii ietlte.1 and until with unusual ucrii's In neieral of the? larger New York ho tels- To makv three and a half dozen - recipe for 18 31 th! 117 i 2 05 4 4 CI 3 C5 1 .H! 4 ft H 97 63 02 FACE the FACTS 4 0i g 74 4 t0 03 95 W (V, LET 0 8 42 2 11 ' 07 12 6V G 93 32 05 4 CI 13 05 43 13 19 91 24 51 10 4tj C U 30 W 40 ft 1 fit 11 Co 4 C 75 38 CO 1,1 4 ft fi 8 3 4 4 8!ITGN: Kl.J mSESm 1 4jeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeJ delicious wuy.i of cooking it? And what you miss by not knowing moro about it? Hero aro a few of its uses: There are at least fifty ways to use corn meal to make good dishes for dinner, supper, lunch or breakfast. Here are come suggestions: DESSERTS HOT BREADS Corn-men- ! molasses, cake. Boston brown bread. Apple corn bread. Hoccake. Dumplings. Muffins. Gingerbread. Biscuits. Griddle, cakes. Fruit gems. Waffles. HEARTY DISHES Corn-meCorn-mecroquettes. flstt balls. corn-medumplings. Meat and Tamales. Italian polenta. The recipes are in Farmers' Bulletin GG5, "Corn Meal as a Food and Ways of Using It," free from the Department of Agriculture. linger. John 1 u Shelton. Lisb CO u Singleton. J N (nr) 45 n Whltted & Ward 250 a Williams. Ed (nr) In Walker, II O (m) 1 tl ' No 4 Colored Burnside, Cluy.l a Faulkner, Abo Jr (nr 3 a Faulkner, Bill la Faulkner, Jas llrs 2 a Harris. Win 2 a Kaan.-.'jgb- , Atch 2 a Kennedy, Ed J a Kelley, Isah lira 2d a Lackey, Civil 0 a Leavell, Jonas Leavell, Alia I Merrill. Henry 8 u . Mitchell Herbert 1 a I Koyaton. Kate 3 a 'Slsvin, Amanda 2 a Stewi-rt- , Yantl 7 a 5 4 0,7 3 0) 32 :t 20 22 32 2 33 0 CO 4 97 4 72 10 81 3 04 2 32 a 48 C 30 95 97 97 31 30 0.1 2 98 4 97 3 C5 0 03 4 97 8 SO 7 02 4 04 4 97 G 30 10 27 4 04 1 CO la 235 0 30